and just because they speak Arabic in addition to Hebrew and English and are either Christian or Muslim, does not mean that they would not make a good political candidate for a Prime Minister in Israel. However, I would follow the Israeli Declaration of Independence of 1948 signifying Israel as the Jewish State nevertheless, providing equal citizenship and opportunities for all. If not, that's like barring the current Jewish Labour Minister and former foreign minister, David Millabun ( or his brother MP Edward Millabun), who might become the next leader of the Labour Party in England should he win, from ever becoming Prime Minister. He's known to be an atheist, of Polish Jewish ancestry and son of a prominent Marxist in Britain at one time. The Church of England, Royalty and the English political sphere are all associated historically in running the country. But we don't have to worry about this now, first make peace with the Palestinians and other neighbours as it's more imperative at the moment.
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