The results suggest Iran's next parliament will be more supportive of President Rohani's drive for economic reforms, but conservatives will remain a powerful force.13:31 30.04.16 | 0 comments
That a Rabbi cannot be Israeli President, for the argument that this country is a secular state is a pure expression of inverted prejudice. Israel is a multi-cultural nation with many shades of Jewish cultural and religious expression. Why on earth can't a Rabbi represent the people on at least one of the Presidency's tenure? Don't religious Orthodox Jews represent a cross-section of the nation?