Tulip, I agree a hundred percent. I've been living/working here for about 8 years. This is the first time I've heard, from someone else, what I've been saying for a long time. The biggest problem with the govermental system in Israel is the lack of seperation between church and state. Only, second to no constitution. If there were a constitution, with clear definition, then any law passed in the Kenesset could be challanged in a court of law, on the grounds of being un-constitutional. Freedom's must be guartanteed no matter what one's religion, race, or gender, for there to be real freedom borne from democracy. In additon, I've alway's been troubled by the lack of single point of accountability amongst our elected representitives. It's a real drawback that we elect a party instead of an individual. I think the will of the people would be more prevalent in governmental decisions if the individual voting felt accountiblity to his constituents. In Short; Hear Hear!!
Kuwait backs alliances against Islamic State, but no troops (Reuters)
from the article: Settlers `tattoo' ID numbers on their arms
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