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Opinion The government has no choice Israel today

2022-12-09T10:03:40.515Z


The price paid for this government is high, but it is all meant to get democracy back on track to pay the price of right-wing rule. People who spoke with Netanyahu in recent days, and who sought to warn him about the seriousness of the agreements with his coalition partners in the fields of security, law and justice, and education, left with a similar impression: the euphoric phase passed quickly. He let his interlocutors understand that, as far as he was concerned, it was about establishin


to pay the price of right-wing rule.

People who spoke with Netanyahu in recent days, and who sought to warn him about the seriousness of the agreements with his coalition partners in the fields of security, law and justice, and education, left with a similar impression: the euphoric phase passed quickly.

He let his interlocutors understand that, as far as he was concerned, it was about establishing a "government with no choice".

Netanyahu sees himself as someone who continues to protect the essential and sacred things in his eyes (such as the grandson clause in the Law of Return), and boasts of the delusional demands he rejected during the difficult coalition negotiations.

He promised that he is guaranteed the last word on every issue, so it is not a question of every minister or deputy minister doing what is right in his eyes.

He feels that he has been wronged in a targeted manner in regards to his trial, and that the election results give him an opportunity to address this.

Only after he finishes the legal chapter will he examine coalition changes.

In the center-left camp, voices were heard calling for an alliance with Netanyahu before disaster strikes, and to prevent illusory decisions and appointments.

These calls stem from true patriotism and a heavy fear of the agreements being formed.

One can understand them and even express appreciation towards them, but not agree with them.

The election results provide an opportunity to put the pure right-wing concept to the test.

The recurring slogans along the lines of "Let the IDF win" and the demands to be freed from the shackles of the gatekeepers gave quite a few people the feeling that there are very simple solutions to the complex problems that Israel faces, but these solutions are not realized due to fear of the world (which is always against us), the beauty of the soul (which always cares about the neighbors and not from their brothers) and American Jews (who live in the USA, do not immigrate to Israel, do not pay taxes in Israel, do not enlist in the IDF and think they are allowed to visit us).

The people who believe in the solutions that are being offered recently, and who are not aware of the heavy price that Israel may pay for their implementation, are the ones who gave the extreme right its power in the last elections, and they are the ones who need to be proven how hollow these slogans are.

This is a move that we will all have to pay the price for, and it is not a small price, but it is necessary in order to return Israeli democracy to its course, and to the legitimate debate that took place in it regarding the division of the land, which will guarantee Israel as a Jewish-democratic state for generations to come, the "disappearing hand" policy of the market In front of welfare policy, the removal of religious marriage laws from the legal codex and the possibility of civil marriage, and more.

In the debate that took place in the past, no arguments were raised that questioned the very vitality of the democratic regime, and no statements were heard in connection with Jewish supremacy.

The tenure of a government with politicians who admire Meir Kahane and Rabbi Tao may be an opportunity to return to the legitimate debate, because it will expose the shamelessness of those who exalt the simple solutions.

The joining of the center-left elements in the government will allow the right-wing elements to claim that their goals have almost been achieved, if not for the entry of the center-left into the coalition which destroyed everything.

"Let the right win" will be a policy with a price tag, but it is a payment that would be right to pay for the future of Israeli democracy.

Exclude Cohen and Gresha.

Indonesia, the third largest democracy in the world and the one where the most Muslims live in the world, was probably jealous of the Avi Maoz phenomenon, and its parliament passed a decision this week that having sex outside of marriage would become a criminal offense punishable by a year in prison.

Living together without marriage will become a criminal offense punishable by half a year in prison.

It turns out that in order to implement the law, it is necessary to install many regulations, and this is a process that will take about three years.

I hope that among the regulations there will be an exception to the case of Cohen and her divorce, because the punishment, it was explained, will be imposed not only on Indonesian citizens but also on tourists. 

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Source: israelhayom

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