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K postavení menšin na území státu izrael v kontextu mezinárodního práva a zákona o národním státě

Veronika D'Evereux
Published: 13 September 2021

Abstract: The New Israeli Basic Law that was adopted in 2018 called “Israel – the Nation State of the Jewish People” divided the Israeli society. Part of the inhabitants accepted this law with enthusiasm because of its emphasis on the reasons why the State of Israel was established. On the contrary, the more secular part of Israeli society, as well as the minority citizens, strongly objected to this law and described it as an unjust disregard of the non-Jewish citizens, an act of racial discrimination or even an apartheid. The aim of this paper is mainly to examine selected provisions of this law, i.e., the provisions related to the Israeli citizens, under public international law and find out to what extent these legal provisions are in accordance with or in contrary to international law.
Keywords: citizens / Jewish / provisions / Israeli society / international law / secular part

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