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Tag: Israel Democracy Institute
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One in six Jewish Israelis would move to another country if given the opportunity.
That’s one of the many takeaways from survey results just released by the Israel Democracy Institute think tank one day after Israel’s 66th Independence Day.
IDI’s survey covers only Jewish...
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