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26 July 2018

MK Smotrich – 'Nationality Law does not hurt the Druze in any way'

"Nationality Law Does Not Hurt the Druze in Any Way"

THE PROGRESSIVE LEFTIST SOCIALIST ANTI-RELIGIOUS EREV RAV HATERS ARE FOMENTING TROUBLE AGAIN. ITS BAD ENOUGH THAT THE LAW DOES NOT PROTECT THE LAND OF ISRAEL AND IS VERY WHISHY WHASHY.

Amid mounting Druze outcry over Nationality Law, MK Smotrich says law not designed to hurt minorities, blames opposition on the Left.

Jewish Home MK Bezalel Smotrich denied that the Nationality Law was discriminatory towards Israel's Druze sector amid a mounting backlash from the community.

According to Smotrich however, the law does not hurt any of Israel's minorities and contended that the backlash was engineered by the left. "Between us and the Druze community, there has been a courageous alliance for seven decades based on solidarity and loyalty to the principle of the Jewish state," tweeted Smotrich.

"The fact that the false campaign of opposition and the media manages to confuse some of the political activists of the Druze community, but the left's ability to so easily undermine the self-confidence of the right and the flag as the law of nationality shows that we have much more to accomplish in terms of real governance. "

According to the legislator, "the Nationality Law is not racist and does not discriminate against minorities, it is a trivial Zionist law and anyone who has not lived with it in peace also does not live in peace with the definition of the State of Israel as a Jewish state. “

"I am convinced that as much as the Druze are not there, this wave is a fiction just like many others, the media inflames the vocal minority in the community and uses the Druze community cynically only because it serves its agenda," added Smotrich.

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Further reading: Nationality Law Ignores the Land and Why They Hate the Nation State Law

Source: arutzsheva

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