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A.B. Yehoshua

By A. B. Yehoshua




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The State of Israel was given by the world to the Jews, on the condition that it be the state of the Jewish people. The moral right to establish the state in 1948 via a United Nations charter followed from the determination that this state would solve both the problem of the six hundred thousand Jews resident in the land at the time, as well as the Jewish problem itself, by granting all the Jews of the world the possibility of a political haven (whose need was never as clear as after the Holocaust), thereby enabling every Jew to live under his own sovereignty and in his own territory. The real goal was the normalization of the Jewish people.





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