The law is open to interpretation in country where there is NO clearly defined separation of church and state and a government that is prone to yield to religious dictates. And it's easy to see also, that it's a law meant to put a cap on the Israeli supreme court. What's ironic is that, even as it is, feathers get ruffled whenever someone likens Israel to Iran, but THIS is a seed that's going to take it there...or worse!
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from the article: Lawmakers seek to drop Arabic as one of Israel's official languages