56% of Jewish Israelis think world is against them

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August 19, 2010 16:59

 
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Fifty six percent of Jewish Israelis believe that "the whole world is against us," according to a recent Peace Index survey published on Thursday.

The Peace Index project is conducted under the auspices of the Evens Program for Conflict Resolution at Tel Aviv University and the Israel Democracy Institute.

Many Israeli Jews believe that the world will continue to be critical of Israel with 77% saying that it does not make difference what Israel does and how far it will go on the Palestinian issue.

In contrast to the Jewish population, a large majority (75%) of the Arab public disagrees with the maxim that the whole world is against Israel.

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