Jabotinsky wouldn't have consented
The Revisionist Zionist leader argued that all of Israel's institutions – and its methods of agriculture, industry and commerce – would be marked by the stamp of the Jewish majority.
The national status of the Palestinian-Arab minority in the Jewish state is a charged issue with far-reaching implications for the future of the Zionist enterprise. Many people find it difficult to reconcile the oxymoron of a “Jewish and democratic state.” One of the proffered ways to reconcile this logical contradiction, from the left side of the political map, is contained within the idea of a...
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