Academic Research: Equality Among Arab and Jewish Nurses in Israel?

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  1. Michael Dar says:

    My opinion is that some academics just chose any borderline ( generally politically correct oriented) subject which can easily be turned into a bigger issue than it really is. For sure meant to discredit Israel. It’s an arrogant attempt to still remain relevant in an obvious highly politicized leftist ideological elitist academia. Why do they never make a study about the quite successful integration of the Arab minority in all spheres of Israeli society?

    • Sheri Oz says:

      That is a good question. I think that a study like that would prove ultimately more useful for promoting peace and giving an example to other hot spots around thw world for how it is done.

  2. If the people they call “Palestinians” are Israeli citizens, as you imply, that’s plain deception. We have become accustomed to using that term to refer to residents of the Palestinian Authority, not citizens of Israel.

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