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Conservative WSJ backs Israeli pro-democracy protests

The Wall Street Journal, the most important right-wing conservative economic newspaper in the world, backs the large protests in Israel against the plan of the Kohelet Policy Forum, Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and the Jewish messiahs to destroy the legal system.
Most of the world’s most powerful investors know Israel’s liberal and prosperous society and economy face clear and immediate dangers.

There have been ongoing protests in Israel over the past year against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, with many accusing him of corruption and undermining democratic institutions. Recently, there has been concern that Netanyahu and his supporters are attempting to weaken the independence of Israel’s judicial system, including by limiting the power of the Supreme Court.

Critics of Netanyahu argue that these efforts threaten Israel’s democratic values and could harm its reputation in the international community. They also express concern that weakening the judiciary could increase corruption and decrease investor confidence in Israel’s economy.

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It is clear that the ongoing protests and political instability have impacted the country’s economy and society, and there is concern about the potential long-term effects if the situation is not resolved.



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