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September 25, 2016 / 22 Elul, 5776
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It’s Hard Taking Mick Out of the Diaspora

Mick Davis is afraid.

Mick Davis is afraid.

I know Mr. Davis is concerned about Israel and more so, worried about the Diaspora.  But I would suggest that the idea of Zionism, in addition to redeeming and settling the Land of Israel, is not to create another Diaspora and that result is as much a risk that will develop if the two-state solution with which Davis is enamoured will come about, than any other.  In my opinion, as poor as I am, even more so.

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Yisrael Medad

About the Author: Yisrael Medad resides in Shiloh and is a foreign media spokesperson for the Yesha Council of Jewish Communities.

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