Of course all that was already discussed in depth decades ago by Yeshayahu Leibovitz. That he choose his arguments from a religious perspective, whilst admitting they could as well be humanistic, makes them even more striking. Looking at the demographic perspectives and their socio-economic implications a strict separation between state and religion might become a necessity.
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