Israeli stocks continue to struggle with high volatility, but it’s not just investors looking to buy in.
The biggest loser is not the stock market, but the country’s Jewish community.
The Jewish community has suffered the brunt of Israeli attacks, mass murders, and political turmoil in recent years.
The loss of more than 50,000 of its members is a tragedy for a community whose religious and social fabric has been at the forefront of Israel’s progress in its history.
For years, the Israeli government has sought to create an inclusive and diverse society in the country, hoping to create a nation that respects the unique heritage of the Jewish people.
However, the policies and practices of the Israeli authorities have proven to be harmful and detrimental to the Jewish community and the entire country.
A report published by the Israeli daily Haaretz last month paints a picture of a country that is far from welcoming, and a country whose leaders, government and security services continue to make it difficult for Jewish Israelis to feel at home.
The report states that Israeli citizens have been denied access to certain social and religious institutions in order to protect the security of the state.
The attacks against Jews in Israel are a reflection of this attitude, and Israel is failing to protect its citizens from the violence they experience in its streets and in its cities.
In order to maintain its Jewish identity, Israel must recognize the existence of its own Jewish people and stop discriminating against them.
In a report released on Monday, The Center for Israel and Jewish Affairs (CIJA) published an analysis of the attacks against Jewish Israelis in Israel over the past four years.CIJI, a non-profit organization focused on promoting the rights of the Palestinian people, surveyed more than 1,000 Israeli citizens about their experiences of harassment, intimidation, violence and vandalism.
In the past year, CIJA found that in 2016 alone, Israeli police officers fired over 2,400 shots at Palestinians.
According to CIJI: “At least 727 Palestinians were shot, wounded or killed, while in 2016, 1,972 Palestinians were killed by Israeli security forces.”
In 2017, 2,955 Palestinians were wounded by Israeli police; in 2018, 1 of those killed was a 12-year-old girl.
“This is the most aggressive year for the Palestinian assailants and the most brutal year in terms of the number of Palestinians killed, wounded and killed.
According the report, “The state of Israel is under the control of a racist and discriminatory settler government.
As such, Palestinians are forced to live under the threat of arrest, violence or arrest by the state without due process.
Israel’s police are responsible for the majority of all incidents of violence against Palestinians, and the police are routinely involved in crimes against Palestinians.
The state’s security forces regularly carry out acts of brutality and murder against Palestinians in order for them to continue to live in fear and fear of being arrested.”CIJAs report stated that in the past two years, an average of 16,000 Palestinians were arrested in Israel, including 3,700 in 2016.
According To the report: “Israel has the most violent settler police force in the world.
In 2016, the police arrested more than 100 Palestinians, including 4,600 in a single day.
Israel has the highest number of arrests of Palestinians in the Middle East.
In 2015, there were about 50,700 arrests of Israeli Palestinians.
In the same year, the state police arrested over 10,000 Palestinian children.
According CIJAs findings, “Israelis have little trust in the state of the nation and in the authorities.
The Palestinian leadership has failed to establish a state of law, accountability and legitimacy for Israel.
The government has failed in its duty to protect and serve its citizens, and has failed the Jewish state and the Jewish citizens.
Israeli leaders continue to ignore the most basic human rights that every Israeli citizen has and continue to engage in policies that harm and discriminate against the Jewish State and the Jews of Israel.”
CijAs findings further stated: “Despite the government’s repeated efforts to build the State of Israel, the State’s security services remain unable to effectively combat the violence and incitement that have driven Palestinians to carry out violence.
In response to the rising tide of Palestinian violence, the government continues to take the most extreme measures to limit the right of Palestinians to freedom of speech, association and assembly.
Israeli authorities continue to violate international law and Israeli human rights law by denying Palestinians the right to freedom from violence, intimidation and discrimination.
The Israeli state continues to deny the rights and dignity of Palestinians, which the international community must stand up for and ensure are recognized and protected.”
The report also revealed that the Israeli military has a long history of human rights abuses and violations of international law.
In a statement published on Monday by The Jerusalem Fund for Human Rights and Democracy, CijAs executive director, Alon Liyan said, “While the Israeli state has a responsibility to protect citizens and uphold the rule of law and to