If you were Israelis you'd know that in every small community in Israel there is an Admission Committee that EVERYBODY needs to go through, and many standard and nice Jewish families get turned down by these committees. I think a small community of a few dozens families have a right to determine the character of te community they live in because the differences in the Israeli society between the sections of the population are huge, and in a small community they can make living together difficult. This is not something against Arabs. Most Jewish families that go through these committees are turned down. Personally, I'd never want to live in a small community where who I am and how I live is monitored by my neighbours.
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