The discriminatory attacks on Israel’s nation-state law

Israel nation-state law

Israel’s nation-state law has been widely condemned — with the European Union, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation and a number of American Jewish organizations leading the denunciations.

But is the international outrage really about the law itself, or is it actually about the problem the international community has with accepting the reality of a Jewish state?

The EU expressed concern that the law would “complicate or prevent” the two-state solution, whereas the OIC called the law “racist, void and illegitimate.” The ADL said that elements in the law “could undermine Israel’s cherished democratic character,” whereas the Union for Reform Judaism declared that the law would do “enormous damage… to the values of the state of Israel as a democratic and Jewish nation.”

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