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Yossi liebt jetzt für immer


#8 Noam SheizafAnonym
  • 24.01.2013, 07:37h
  • Antwort auf #7 von KathiGr
  • In fact, these were the most ethnic elections I remember, and it seems that each ethnic group or sub-group had its own party, with the clearest division being between Arabs and Jews, of course, but also within those groups. With the risk of tremendous generalization, I would say that poor Sephardi Jews voted Shas and those with higher income Likud; Ashkenzi national-religious went with Bennett; Secular Ashkenazi voted for Meretz, Livni and Lapid and so on.
    [...]
    The effect of ethnicity and its interaction with class, especially among Jews, is the most denied element in Israeli popular discourse, because it runs contrary to the image or myth of the Zionist melting pot, and it certainly contradicts the image of a state which treats all citizens Jews and non-Jews equally, although that was always more of a comfortable self-perception than something you could seriously defend. Again, these issues deserve closer examination, which I will try to get to sometime soon.

    972mag.com/the-ethnic-vote-and-the-white-coalition-7-takeawa
    ys-from-israels-elections/64613/
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