I have great admiration for Israel's nation-state law. Jews are, once again, at the vanguard, rethinking politics and sovereignty for the future, showing a path forward for Europeans.
The criticism of the nation-state law has mainly taken the form of scolding Israel for not "balancing democracy with its identity as a Jewish state."

This is simply wrong.
Democracy is rule by the people; it has nothing to do with the technicalities of the form of government (parliamentarian, dictatorship, etc.) or a state's immigration policy.

The nation-state law is the most democratic of laws. There is no "balancing" that needs to take place.
The liberal media's critique of the nation-state law as "undemocratic" reveals their own mendaciousness. When they say "democratic," they don't actually mean rule by the people; they mean a liberal, multicultural social order.
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