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Sharon Weinblum

at the margin of the regime (Kemp 2010 ). In instances where the presence of non-Jewish migrants has seemed to endure, political actors and the media alike have been prompt to raise the spectre of the ‘demographic threat’ jeopardising the Jewish identity of the state (Kritzman-Amir 2009 ). Therefore, it comes as no surprise that the Jewish character of the state was very quickly part

in Security/ Mobility
Israel and a Palestinian state
Lenore G. Martin

discrimination experienced by Israeli Palestinians remains. Over the long term, the superior Palestinian birth rate, 25 and the growing political consciousness of the Palestinian population harbingers the likelihood of increasing demands for social equality, and a potential constitutional crisis for an Israeli society that struggles to balance its egalitarian democratic principles with a predominantly Jewish identity

in Redefining security in the Middle East