Myths and facts about Israel's controversial new nation-state law
Israel’s new Jewish Nation-State law, passed in the Knesset on July 19, has been greeted with widespread condemnation abroad. Yet upon closer examination much of the criticism appears to be based upon misinterpretations and assumptions that go beyond the actual wording of the law.
The law, it must be stressed outright, is purely declarative in nature and carries with it no pra...
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