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The message of the missing Israeli flags
Arabs didn’t come to the protest in Tel Aviv as proud Israelis who felt that Israel was betraying its best values; they came because they oppose the very existence of a Jewish state, up to and including its most innocuous symbol.
Equality for all of Israel’s citizens
Today’s battle within Israel is whether to reinforce an exclusionary nationalism, a zero-sum game, or whether to repair and rebuild an Israel that is greater than the sum of all its communities.
Is there a New Israel Fund connection to the nation-state law protests?
Anu, a nonprofit group supported by the New Israel Fund and the driving force behind the prolonged anti-corruption campaign targeting Attorney General Avichai Mendelblit, is also linked to the anti-nation-state law campaign.
Overcoming another challenge with Israeli Druze
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wants to resolve the crisis with the Druze community as quickly as possible and place the debate over the nation-state law in its natural frame: between left and right.
A message to the Jewish nation from a Druze Zionist friend
There are no Druze in the world who can claim a better and freer life than the Druze citizens of Israel.
Netanyahu offers plan to address Druze concerns over nation-state law
The plan was presented by Netanyahu’s acting chief of staff, Yoav Horowitz, to Druze community representatives led by spiritual head Sheikh Muafak Tarif at the Prime Minister’s Office in Jerusalem.
Minority leaders express support for Israel’s new nation-state law
Daniel Siryoti, Ariel Kahana, Gideon Allon and Yori Yalon
Despite criticism slamming the law as anti-minority and racist, chairman of the Druze Zionist Council supports it, saying Israel is the best country for Druze.
Netanyahu refuses to revisit nation-state law, despite controversy regarding Druze
Government rushes to mollify Druze community after leaders file a petition against the law, calling it an “extreme act of discrimination” against minorities in Israel.
Netanyahu to hold meeting on nation-state law following objections by Druze
Education Minister and Jewish Home Party leader Naftali Bennett said the nation-state law “deeply hurt” the Druze community, an ethno-religious minority group in Israel, adding that the government must “find a way to heal this wound.”