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Israeli parliamentarians discuss clause allowing ‘Jews only’ communities

Israeli parliamentarians discussed Tuesday the legality of a proposed clause in the ‘Jewish nation-state’ draft bill that would allow for ‘Jews only’ communities, reported The Jerusalem Post.

‘Basic Law: Nation-State of the Jewish People’ is currently being shaped by a Knesset committee ahead of expected efforts by the Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s coalition to pass it into law.

One article of the draft legislation states that “every resident of Israel, without difference of religion or nationality, has the right to act to preserve his culture, heritage, language and identity”, and that a religious or national community has the right “to establish a separate communal town”.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So the rest of the world must accept open borders and uncontrolled migrations, but Israel wants "Jews only" communities. Can you say "Apartheid?" I knew you could!

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