- If "Jews don't expel Jews" is true, as it is true, than the State of Israel, as it does expel Jews, can not possibly be Jewish. This is straightforward logic. So, it is the so called Jewish character of the State that is in question here, not "democracy". Democracy has nothing to do with the Magna Carta, it is an exquisitely feudal document, no less. So, it is grossly misleading to quote it here. Besides, are Jews supposed to build their society and State according to the Magna Carta, a goy, feudal document? The answer is: NO! Jews supposed to go by the Torah. Why the author is silent about this? If Israel is not Jewish, than what's the point in having it?
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