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    • Dadou
    • 10.08.13 | 05:42 (IDT)

    This problem is problem number 1 for Israel. How will Israel survive with 1/3 out of Israelis refusing the modern world and zionism, and 1/3 out of Israelis hoping a no-zionist and no-Jewish state ? Everything must be made by respecting human rights and believes, but the secular sector must wake up. The future is now. The more Israeli Arabs will improve their economic situation, the more they will be integrated, the more they will be occidentalized, and the more their birth rate will look like the Jews'one (it already begun). As for Haredim, they must go to the army, there must be politics to integrate them, and while they must be free to follow their way of being religious, the government is free to call more and more haredim people to become secular : on radio adds it calls "non-Jews" to convert, so why wouldn't it call haredim to convert to secularism ? Haredim call secular people to convert to religion, so it would be a peaceful fight for converting...

    from the article: The new Liebermania
    First published 05:32 08.08.13 | Last updated 05:32 08.08.13
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