As long as a Jew lives outside of Israel, without any of the obligations and dangers of living in Israel, he should support Israel, not necessarily his government, but never actively work against that government. That right is reserved for those who vote in Israel. This is true whether the government is a right-wing or left-wing one. When Rabin was in power, I never openly initiated a criticism of him, when abroard, even though I did not support Oslo. I live in Israel, and feel also that Israelis abroad as well have a duty not to initiaite criticism of the government, but to support Israel, whether the government is left or right wing.
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from the article: Strenger than Fiction / Jewish liberals from all nations, unite
The MK and former finance minister, who founded his party in 2012, will be in charge until end of the next Knesset, which is potentially 2023.17:57 12.02.16 | 0 comments