The noiseless retreat of Israeli democracy
Religion has seeped ever more deeply into the state, to the point where it is hard to draw the boundary between them.
The kitchen window of the kibbutz boarding school had been decorated with political stickers put up by previous tenants. I remember in particular one dark blue one, bearing the play-on-words slogan “hafraDAT mimedina,” an elision of “hafradat hadat mihamedina” − separation of religion and state.
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