Posted by Jeff from LTU-207-73-65-124.LTU.EDU (126.96.36.199) on Monday, August 26, 2002 at 3:26PM :
I found the following in a law school journal article:
"More than 90 percent of land in Israel is state-owned, as is the suburban development called Katzir where the Kaadans hope to live. Typically, the state sells or parcels out the land through long-term leases, often for planned communities such as Katzir, where screening committees impose restrictions."
Any country in which the state owns more than 90% of the land and decides that people of one religion can purchase (or lease) that land, but people of another religion cannot, is not a democracy.
It's just crazy.
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