The new Israeli government that is likely to be approved later this month features a broad coalition of parties, from left to right, and includes an Arab Muslim party.
It is a timely retort to the false accusation that Israel is an “apartheid” state, a lie that has gained traction on the American left because it suits the “intersectionality” of the racial identity politics that dominate today’s Democratic Party. Israel’s Arabs not only have the vote, but now also wield significant political power.
If Israel’s critics were sincere, they would welcome the new Israeli government, especially in the wake of the recent war with Palestinian Hamas terrorists, during which mob violence broke out between Arabs and Jews in some Israeli towns.
Democrats should be particularly effusive in their displays of friendship toward Israel, given that they claimed for years that Benjamin Netanyahu and his Likud Party, who will