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Israel and her Arab Citizens

By , contributor
As many of us join to celebrate Israel’s 60th Anniversary, my thoughts turned to the subject of her Arab minority. Along with most of my fellow Jews I rejoice in the many achievements of Israel’s sixty years, including her: welcome of successive waves of oppressed Jewish immigrants, vigorous democracy, cultural triumphs including Israel conductors at the helm of the world’s great orchestras and novelists translated into the world’s major languages, and her scientific and technological achievements. One could go on and on with these successes but this anniversary should also be a time for reflection.

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