Barak is the problem, not the solution. If the Democratic Republic of Israel was in - Uganda, let's say, I would have no problems with what he is saying and, doing. But it isn't there, on a neutral land. It is on the Land of Israel, a biblical, G-d given Jewish Holy Land, where we have no liberty to pick and chose between political and legal systems. Here, Torah Law applies. It is therefore either ignorance, arrogance or outright anti-Jewish sentiment to dismiss this fact as irrelevant and I don't know which is less devastating for the Jewish people and for the world as a whole. Let us not forget that peace comes to the world with the Jews living in peace, as Jews, on the Holy Land.
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