Jewish Fundamentalism in Israel
Israel Shahak and Norton Mezvinsky
ISBN 0 7453 1281 0 hbk
The values of the [Jewish] religion, at least in its Orthodox and nationalistic form that prevails in Israel, cannot be squared with democratic values. No other variable—neither nationality, nor attitudes about security, nor social or economic values, nor ethnic descent and education—so influences the attitudes of [Israeli] Jews against democratic values as does religiosity.1
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