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Khuloud Khayyat Dajani
Ali Abu Shahla
ISRAEL'S RIGHT-WING LEGISLATIVE TREND
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Table of Contents
by Ziad AbuZayyad
The current anti-liberal legislative trend has been shored up by government rhetoric and administrative action which threaten to restrict the power of the media and the gatekeepers of the law enforcement system.
by Frances Raday
The Jewish Nation-State Law Supporters Will Achieve The Opposite Of What They Wanted
by Ziad AbuZayyad
The law is a flagrant violation of human rights, as it legalizes discriminatory policies against the Arab Palestinian citizens of Israel.
by Yousef Jabareen
To improve life conditions for the Palestinians and other residents while attempting to salvage the two-state solution, we need to take into consideration four important trends.
by Yehudit Oppenheimer and by Betty Herschman
The racist Nation-State Law aims to delegitimize the rights of the Palestinian-Arab minority in Israel and to expel the Palestinians from the West Bank in order to legitimize the Israeli occupation and Jewish settlements.
by Saeb Erekat
Annexation of parts or all of the West Bank would jeopardize Israel's prospects as a Jewish state and a democracy.
by Peter Weiss and by Debra Shushan
by Amal Jamal
Annexation of parts or all of the West Bank would make Israel an international outlaw,yet opposition from the U.S. administration, which in the past had served as a bulwark against potentially catastrophic Israeli decisions regarding the West Bank, is missing in action.
by Ori Nir and by Debra Shushan
The Nation-State Law’s impact on the social legitimacy and standing of Palestinians in Israeli society, rather than its strictly legal impact, may prove to be the real danger.
by Fady Khoury
by Ronit Sela
The Nation-State Law may mark a turning point in Jewish political thought beyond the nation-state frame, which may have democratic potential, if we can mobilize those new political possibilities.
by Julie E. Cooper
The Nation-State Law, with its clearly semi-fascist nature, demonstrates how urgent it is to decide who we are, what we want and where we belong.
by Uri Avnery
by Andrew Hebert and by Nissim Lebovits
by Michael Sfard
Roee Kibrik, Betty Herschman, Susie Becher, Hind Khoury, Osama Sa’adi. Moderated by Hillel Schenker and Ziad AbuZayyad
by Charles Cowan
by Andrew Hebert
by Margaret Olin
by Kristin McCarthy
by Debbie Gild-Hayo
by The Association of Civil Rights in Israel (ACRI)