The Hypocrisy of the ADL, the U.S. Government, and the Israeli Left
In reaction to the most recent Israeli election.
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For the first time in Israel’s history, the government will be primarily made up of Jewish religious parties.
In the projected 64-strong coalition, 33 seats (more than 25-percent of the total legislature) will go to the Religious Zionism Party, Shas, and United Torah Judaism.
Many people and organizations have come out in opposition of this presumed Israeli future — even though doing so, in many cases, has been a shameful contradiction. And, frankly, no way to move our world forward, regardless of how you view and desire progress.
These people include those from the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), the U.S. government, and the Israeli left-wing parties, as follows: