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Hear, hear.

In my opinion this applies to much more than just immigration policy. Israel’s self image was created in very different times and needs updating to reflect the evolution of the state from a fledgling country focused on being a refuge for those escaping hostility and a nation fighting for survival to that of a regional superpower with a lot to offer and matching responsibilities.

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