What matters for Jewish survival and national well being Professor, is not the ins and outs of the democratic parliamentary system (which you are an expert of), but the degree of adherence to Jewish values and law (halacha) of which you largely choose to remain silent. "Tsuva" exists on two different levels, individual and national. The later is ignored by most. When you'll realize that Jews in Eretz Israel do have national mitzvot to follow and they are ignoring them, that we shouldn't have a knesset in the first place, perhaps you'll start to grab the magnitude of the "reoldal" we need and indeed will call for institutional discontinuity, i.e. "revolution" rather than democratic reforms [of the existing evil Hellenistic system].
Israel, NY Times Editor Matt Seaton and Alternative Facts - by Gilead Ini - *...Facts and assertions on the Opinion pages are no longer dependable. If the newspaper won't tell the truth about Israel in its Op-Eds, they should at le...
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