What Israels want is a theocracy in which there are no non-Jewish citizens. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • harzion
    • 01.10.11 | 22:23 (IDT)

    There are several different plans on standby which will help reduce the population of Israeli Arabs. These plans would be boosted by having everybody recognize Israel as a "Jewish state". After all, if they recognize Israel as a Jewish state, then they will not be surprised when Israel expells the non-Jews. Both before and after this happens, Israel prefers to call themselves a democracy, since there are fringe benefits associated with that status. The bobble head western leaders are OK with anything Israel wants. "Just let us know. We will support anything you want".

    from the article: Netanyahu: Iran’s anti-Israel stance proves our need to be recognized as Jewish state
    First published 21:27 01.10.11 | Last updated 21:27 01.10.11
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