J STreet supports Israel's basic law - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Richard Witty
    • 10.11.09 | 14:05 (IST)

    "J Street does not support any Israeli policy". To the extent that likud rejects the full application of Israeli basic law that affirms that Israel is a Jewish AND democratic state, minimizing the "democratic" from that formula, likud can be said to be "anti-Israel". I like the dual nature of the Israeli basic law better than the revisionist.

    from the article: Response / On 'exorcising' Israel bashers from the Jewish mainstream
    First published 09:37 10.11.09 | Last updated 08:10 11.11.09
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