Druze fury mounts

After the Knesset passed the law, two Druze officers resigned from the IDF and others expressed regret that they had enlisted in combat units.

August 10, 2018 15:22
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Druze leaders partake in the protest against the Nation-State Law in Tel Aviv, August 2018

Druze leaders partake in the protest against the Nation-State Law in Tel Aviv, August 2018. (photo credit: CORINNA KERN/REUTERS)


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TENS OF thousands of Israeli Druze gathered in Tel Aviv’s Rabin Square in early August to rally against the contentious Nation-State Law that they claim discriminates against their community.


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