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Netanyahu, Trump, and the Sovereignty Question: Who Said What?

28 Shevat 5778 13 February 2018   Thought-Provoking Quote of the Day “Israel should maintain its Jewish majority even at the cost of democratic rights. Judaism and democracy are two corresponding values, but today an advantage has been given constitutionally to … Continue reading

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