Druze leader speaks out during Nation-State protests

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August 11, 2018 21:46
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The Chairman of the Druze forum against the Nation-State Law Dr. Amir Hanifas commented regarding the use of Palestinian flags at the Tel Aviv protest of the law.

"The struggle is regarding the democratic, equal character of the country and not the support of its enemies," he said.

"Any attempt to harm the Jewish and democratic image of the country is invalid. The invalid behavior that we saw today in Rabin Square proves how much we were right when we decided to fight on a sectarian basis with Israel lovers and not its enemies."

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