A Very Jewish State
Many Israeli Jews who are otherwise quite sane seem to believe that unless they have something like an 80% majority then the country would become just another Arab state. This is a central delusion, often expressed in apocalyptic “end of days” language. Others ask: how can a single state come about, and what would it look and feel like.
Dissent Magazine recently hosted a discussion around these themes. You can read the three contributions here, and we reproduce below the major one-state defence by Rachel Lever which takes up both these points. (more…)