Nation State Law: Arab IDF Commander-in-Chief? Arab Prime Minister?

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  1. August 3, 2020

    […] election committee disqualified such terror supporters from running for office, our very own Supreme Court put them back on the ballots. And we will be paying the retirement as well. Second, our mainstream media refrain from informing […]

  2. July 9, 2021

    […] It also means that petitions to the Supreme Court seeking to change the Israeli flag, to change our national anthem and other symbols have no chance of succeeding. This is a Jewish country in which minorities can thrive as communities and individuals but they cannot hope to turn this into a non-Jewish country. Perhaps with that out of the way, they will stop trying to undermine the state and turn to enhancing the well-being of their villages and towns, cooperating with Mansour Abbas who, in joining the coalition government, gained access to billions of shekels toward that very purpose. Perhaps with that out of the way, we may even see an Arab IDF Commander-in-Chief or even Prime Minister. […]

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