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Why American Jews Should Reject Israel's Law of Return

Israel's Law of Return entrenches Jewish exceptionalism, suffocates democracy and empowers a grotesquely theocratic and discriminatory view of citizenship. American Jews should oppose it

Bernard Avishai
Bernard Avishai
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On June 12, 1995, Quebec held a referendum on independence from Canada. The "No" vote was 50.58 percent and 49.42 percent voted "Yes."

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