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Constituting Israel

Israel, like Britain, has no written constitution. Most Israelis today say the country should have one. But can Israel ever agree on how to define itself as a nation?


(John Hersey) John Hersey
By David B. Green
December 25, 2005

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A week ago, when the news went out that Ariel Sharon had been rushed to a Jerusalem hospital, after suffering a minor stroke, many Israelis probably felt their own hearts skip a beat. (Full article: 2100 words)

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