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I was bored and didn't have the ko'ah to write in Hebrew, so when I saw this from Abu Yehuda "A blog about the struggle to keep the Jewish state."
Israel needs a constitution, but won’t get oneEsser Agaroth (2¢):
Posted on December 4, 2016 by Vic Rosenthal
Israel’s Declaration of Independence states that a constitution for the State of Israel “shall be adopted by the Elected Constituent Assembly not later than the 1st October 1948.”
Clearly they’re running a little late. And this is more than Jewish standard time. Despite (or because of) the Jewish proclivity for legalistic arguments, this never happened. In 1950, the Knesset gave up and decided instead to work toward a constitution piecemeal by passing a series of Basic Laws that taken together would ultimately serve the purpose of a constitution. (cont.)
Glad you're back in Israel. But, remind me again what's Jewish about the "Jewish" state?
Video: Hero chastised by journalists for mentioning the government's arming of Arabs
|Bennett's Plan vs. Arafat's Plan|
Can you tell the difference?
One of the biggest problems is the self-perpetuating, legislating from the Bench, Israel Supreme Court. Its justices are not going anywhere, with or without legislation. The only thing getting rid of them is some event or events which will them to reveal their foreign passports (alla former Knesseth Speaker Avraham Burg), and to escape on the first plane out of here. This Court is the ultimate example of the illusion of an Israeli democracy.
In addition, the masses have been thoroughly
So, do we really need a Constitution,...like every other nation of the world?
No. Of course not. We have the Torah.
Besides, any Constitution which ever gets written will undoubtedly
*This assumes that Israel is in actually control over the Land (eg. issues the local currency, etc.). Sometimes, I'm not so sure.