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Report Explores Opinions on Equality in Israel

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Report Explores Opinions on Equality in Israel

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Report Explores Opinions on Equality in Israel

Report Explores Opinions on Equality in Israel

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A new study published in Jerusalem finds that more than half of Israel's Jews do not support complete equality for the country's Arab citizens. A similar number believe Israeli Arabs should be encouraged to emigrate. NPR's Linda Gradstein reports.

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