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The call by Bibi Netanyahu on the Palestinians and on the world to recognise a Jewish State of Israel is totally unacceptable. It is true that the Christians and the Muslims had their own empires and the Jews want a chance to have their own. But when in power, the Holy Roman Empire was very cruel as Women were burned on the stakes as witches, while scholars (e.g. Jordano Bruno) were persecuted as heretics and tortured or killed. Furthermore, the crusaders on their way to free the Holy Land, have killed all the Jews of The Rheinland in AD 1096. The church in Yorkshire ordered the killing of Jews whom were later expelled from the country all together in AD1251. In Catholic Spain, Jews and Arabs who lived side by side for over 700 years, were expelled or killed in 1492.

Unlike Christianity and Judaism, Islam recognized 25 prophets from Adam to Mohammed passing through Moses and Jesus. Islam also considers the Torah/Talmud and the Bible as Holy Books.

By default, a Jewish state will adopt practices similar to those adopted by the defunct apartheid state of South Africa; discriminating against all other religions. furthermore, the Jews believe that they are superior to others and god preferred them over all his other creatures.

Before aspire to establishing a Jewish State, Jews must recognise Jesus Christ, Christianity and Islam.

Adnan Darwash, Iraq Occupation Times

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All those with Faith must respect the right of all people to exist with complete self-determination — free from any attempts of conversion. At the same time, people must respect the faithful to their revelation and value their role in divine history.

 

Men exist for the sake of one another. Teach them then or bear with them. - Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Augustus

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All those with Faith must respect the right of all people to exist with complete self-determination — free from any attempts of conversion. At the same time, people must respect the faithful to their revelation and value their role in divine history.

 

Tell it to the supramist Jews who refuse to allow the Arabs (Christians and Muslims) an appropriate representation in the Knesset. Israel is wrongly called the only democracy in the Middle East. What a rubbish that the Americans have been spreading. Arabs, who constitute 20% of the population have only 8 members in the Israeli parliament (Knesset). To the contrary, the Iranian Parliamnet has two Jewish members although the Jewish community is too small to allow a single member. But 'dictator' Ahmedinejad had ammended the constitution in order to allow Jews to be represented.

Adnan Darwash,Iraq Occupation Times

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The pains of a new country.

 

Israel has no written constitution in the formal sense, even though it has a constitution in the material sense - in other words, laws and basic rules that lay down the foundations of the system of government and the rights of the individual. Some of these are formulated in basic laws, some are scattered in other laws, and part - at least until the passing of basic laws dealing with human and civil rights - were interpreted and formulated in a series of decision by the Supreme Court.

 

http://www.knesset.g...imshal_hoka.htm

 

 

The main function of the Knesset as the legislative authority, is to pass laws. Legislation can be initiated by the Government (Government bills), by a single Member of Knesset, or group of Knesset members (private members' bills), or by a Knesset Committee. A bill can propose a totally new piece of legislation, or it may propose an amendment to, or the cancellation of an existing law. Every reading of a bill is adopted or rejected by a vote of the Knesset members present in the plenum at the time.

 

Government Bills

 

A Government bill is presented to the Speaker of the Knesset by the Minister concerned, and the Speaker places it on the Knesset table. During the deliberation, the Minister, or a Deputy Minister in his Ministry, presents an explanation of the law. At the end of the debate on first reading, the plenum can decide to reject the bill, or to refer it to a committee, for preparation for second reading. The Committee that was assigned the task of dealing with the bill is entitled to propose amendments, as it may see fit, as long as these amendments do not diverge from the subject of the bill. With the approval of the House Committee, the Committee can combine bills, or split a bill into two or more bills. Once the Committee has completed its work, it returns the bill to the plenum for second and third reading. The debate on second reading is opened by the Chairman of the Committee that dealt with the bill. The voting on second reading is performed article by article. At this stage the bill may be returned to the Committee, if it is necessary to draft the reservations that were adopted in second reading, or be put immediately to the vote in third reading. Until the bill is adopted in third reading, the Government is entitled to withdraw it.

Committee Bills

 

A bill presented by a Committee is dealt with in the same manner as a Government Bill. Unlike Government bills and private members' bills, Committee bills can only deal with the following subjects: basic laws and laws dealing with the Knesset, elections to the Knesset, Members of Knesset, or the State Comptroller.

 

Private Members' Bills

 

Bills presented by a Member of the Knesset or a group of Knesset members, is presented to the Speaker of the Knesset by the proposer(s). The Speaker and his deputies decide whether to approve placing the bill on the Knesset's agenda. A bill that is racist in its essence, or rejects the existence of the State of Israel as the state of the Jewish People, shall not be approved.

A bill that has been approved to be placed on the Knesset agenda, is usually placed on the Knesset table at least 45 days before it is brought to the plenum for preliminary reading. The plenum can remove it from its agenda, or refer it to a committee, for preparation for first reading. As of the stage of first reading, the legislative process is similar to that of a Government bill. A private members' bill can be withdrawn until the end of the deliberation in the Committee, after the first reading.

 

http://www.knesset.g...g_work_mel2.htm

 

Who Can Participate in Elections?

 

 

The contest in the elections is among lists of candidates. Since the Parties Law was passed in 1992, only a party, which has been legally registered with the Party Registrar, or an alignment of two or more registered parties, which have decided to run in the elections together, can present a list of candidates and participate in the elections (for example, in the elections for the fifteenth Knesset, the list "One Israel" was composed of three parties; Labor, Gesher and Meimad). A party can informally add to its list bodies or personalities that are not members of the party and that are not registered themselves as a party (for example, in the elections for the fifteenth Knesset, the Unified Arab List included contenders from the Democratic Arab Party, a registered party, and individuals from the Islamic Movement, a non-registered party). The following lists may not run in the elections: A list which acts directly or indirectly against the existence of the State of Israel as the state of the Jewish people or against its democratic nature; a list which incites racism; a list which supports the armed struggle of an enemy state or a terrorist organization against the State of Israel.

 

http://www.knesset.g...mshal_beh.htm#6

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The call by Bibi Netanyahu on the Palestinians and on the world to recognise a Jewish State of Israel is totally unacceptable. It is true that the Christians and the Muslims had their own empires and the Jews want a chance to have their own. But when in power, the Holy Roman Empire was very cruel as Women were burned on the stakes as witches, while scholars (e.g. Jordano Bruno) were persecuted as heretics and tortured or killed. Furthermore, the crusaders on their way to free the Holy Land, have killed all the Jews of The Rheinland in AD 1096. The church in Yorkshire ordered the killing of Jews whom were later expelled from the country all together in AD1251. In Catholic Spain, Jews and Arabs who lived side by side for over 700 years, were expelled or killed in 1492.

Unlike Christianity and Judaism, Islam recognized 25 prophets from Adam to Mohammed passing through Moses and Jesus. Islam also considers the Torah/Talmud and the Bible as Holy Books.

By default, a Jewish state will adopt practices similar to those adopted by the defunct apartheid state of South Africa; discriminating against all other religions. furthermore, the Jews believe that they are superior to others and god preferred them over all his other creatures.

Before aspire to establishing a Jewish State, Jews must recognise Jesus Christ, Christianity and Islam.

Adnan Darwash, Iraq Occupation Times

 

Very good post...

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While I agree that all governments should be tolerant of people of all religions. I do not believe that people of any religion should be forced to compromise their beliefs. Both Jewish and Islamic people do not believe in Jesus Christ as their savior. Christians do not believe Mohammed is their savior. Jewish people do not believe in either Jesus or Mohammed.

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