We, the white people
Good, middle-class Israelis don't know how non-Jews live, anyway; they only see them at the markets of the Druze village of Daliat al-Carmel, or abroad.
The right has two fervent constituencies, the threatening, active one of settlers and the passive but growing one of disadvantaged Jews. The latter comprises several distinct geographic and ethnic communities - disadvantaged urban neighborhoods, poor towns, religious Mizrahim, poor Russian immigrants and so on. Each one of these communities is being addressed by another part of the right, in the name of Judaism,...
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