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Some questions to Dr. Pipes

Reader comment on item: More about the Orthodox Future of Judaism
in response to reader comment: The Future of Religion

Submitted by Debanjan Banerjee (India), Jun 6, 2009 at 00:59

Dr. Pipes ,
Although I am someone who does not know too much about Israel and Judaism in general but I still would like to ask the following questions to Dr. Pipes .

1. In the demographic picture you have put for Israel in the coming future , don't you think it is time for Zionists to look at opening themselves towards integrating Israeli Arab population particularly Muslims into Zionism ?
2. As per as Orthodox Jews are concerned they have been traditionally anti-Conversion. So do you think they will try to convert Israeli Muslims or Israeli Arab Christians ?
3. What role you want the Israeli Arabs to play in the coming future of Israel ? Should they take more part in Israeli political and national life ?


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