On the Israeli Demand for Recognition of a ‘Jewish State’ .
The Israeli government’s current mantra is that the Palestinians must recognize a ‘Jewish State’. Of course, the Palestinians have clearly and repeatedly recognized the State of Israel as such in the 1993 Oslo Accords (which were based on an Israeli promise to establish a Palestinian state within a five years—a promise shattered now for thirteen years) and many times since. Recently, however, Israeli leaders have dramatically and unilaterally moved the goal-posts and are now clamouring that Palestinians must recognised Israel as a ‘Jewish State’…. Read More
Other links for the Article:
- " Why Israel can't be a 'Jewish State ", In Depth at Aljazeera.
- الاعتراف بدين اسرائيل الرسمي و هو اليهودية بدلا من الاعتراف باسرائيل دولة يهودية – جريدة القدس 25-9-2011.