But they will never have full rights either... Tuba-Zangaryia is a case in point. This little arab village is Israel's oldest ally, has stood beside the Jews and the Jewish state since the 1930's. Yet recently Israeli rightwingers torched the mosque... To them Israel is for Jews alone.... Ben you seem to be taking this line... willing to accord non-Jews no better than second class status. I'm going to remind you again of where that leads in history... you as a Jew of all people should know better.I answered both of these already in my reply to Dok. The Israeli Arabs lose no rights, they've been living in the Jewish State of Israel for 63 years now. Things will not magically turn ass over end once the high and mighty Palestinians deign to do us the honor of recognizing a Jewish State of Israel.
As a matter of international law no it is not, it is an external matter.Israel is the Jewish homeland. It is our immigration policy and as such an internal matter.
Be thee not Arab seems to be the first commandment...All Jews are welcome here. So are other people, but they need to fit certain criteria.
Maybe becuase Israel taught them how to meddle? I mean what did Israel do after Hamas won an election- israel demanded that the election be thrown out...Once again, I repeat the question: Why do the Palestinians feel they have the right to interfere in internal Israeli policies, specifically our immigration policy or the title of our state? India's official title is the "Republic of India". Let's say I found a nation tomorrow that is recognized by the UN and joins the list of nations. If I recognize the "People's Republic of India" or the "Democratic Republic of India", who have I recognized? Certainly not the India that you and I know...