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If Secular Government Does Not Recognize Religious Rights - Then What Does Defense Lose When Not Defending All

Reader comment on item: Israeli Arabs: An Existential Danger to Israel
in response to reader comment: Expel disloyal Jews too, and enact an Israeli RICO

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Oct 10, 2022 at 13:51

Israel as a national entity is dependent upon 'Divine' providence, even more than America.
The 'ultra-orthodox; do not feel defended in a secular setting and as such, feel targeted as much as any 'Palestinian' might when being identified as a threat; much like conservatives in America that feel the progressive vendetta for attempting to take back the initiatives of former President Trump after two terms of the Obama agenda of 'transforming' America, now in reruns under the 46th American Administrative regime.
There are parallels for a reason (actually multiples of reasons); but let's wait and see how that is going since the ideology being followed already failed and the recovery is what is being watched for.
Proper implementation of RICO protections are no longer operational when the foxes are in the coops.

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