The state should not be intervening in what should be the choice of the individual..... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Liz
    • 14.02.14 | 13:40 (IST)

    If some people do not want to shop, do a leisure activity or use public transport on Shabbat, no sane person would expect them to be co-erced into doing so BUT it is not up to the state to deny people the choice. The only involvement of the state should be to ensure that those who do not wish to work on Shabbat do not have to do so.

    from the article: 'I may become everyone’s enemy’
    First published 09:42 14.02.14 | Last updated 15:23 13.02.14
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