'2012 Index of Arab-Jewish Relations In Israel'

July 2013
Washington Jewish Week;7/18/2013, Vol. 49 Issue 29, p11
The article discusses the findings of the "2012 Index of Arab-Jewish Relations in Israel." The study highlighted the Israeli Arab perspective on a wide range of issues which include Arab leadership, government treatment of minorities and Israel's right to exist. It also found a high percentage of Israeli Jewish respondents who believe that Arabs have the right to live in the state as a minority.


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