Search results

You are looking at 1 - 2 of 2 items for :

  • "individual rights" x
  • Manchester Religious Studies x
Clear All
The social sphere
Ami Pedahzur

of satisfaction with the degree of the State’s democracy, immigrants’ levels of satisfaction (particularly those from the West) were much lower. In response to more specific questions, e.g. regarding the protection of civil rights in Israel, native-born Israelis expressed very high levels of satisfaction in comparison with immigrants (75 per cent of the Israelis strongly agreed that individual rights are respected in Israel, in contrast to 50 per cent of immigrants). These findings were replicated and found even more prominence over the issue of equal rights in

in The Israeli response to Jewish extremism and violence
Attitudes towards subversive movements and violent organisations
Ami Pedahzur

individual rights. An attempt to make sense of this tangled web of regulations will have to distinguish between three types of emergency legislation: 1 Defence (Emergency) Regulations, 1945: inherited from its predecessor, the British Mandatory Authorities in Palestine, these regulations grant a great deal of power to the military command. High-ranking officers are authorised to order house demolitions, impose curfews, make arrests, carry out searches and detain suspects without judicial restraint. The enforcement of these

in The Israeli response to Jewish extremism and violence