Opinion Dreyfus the Druze: For Israel's non-Jewish Minorities, Loyalty to the State Ensures Not Equality, but Radical Disenchantment

It took Jews in France 100 years after gaining citizenship to realize assimilation, patriotism and military service were no defense against discrimination. Now, 70 years after the Jewish state's founding, its 'loyal' minorities face the same realization

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