Chaim Seidler-Feller and David N. Myers
By Chaim Seidler-Feller and David N. Myers
These Rare Texts Will Remind You What Israel Once Aspired To Be
Israeli democracy is under threat. Incitement against human rights organizations proceeds with little trace of official censure; cabinet ministers aim to impose new ideological litmus tests in the realm of education and culture; government-sponsored bills place Jews on a higher plane than other citizens, and the State’s Ashkenazi chief rabbi declares that “Israel is first…
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