This paper presents and analyzes the social, identity, and political preferences of Israeli society while mainly focusing on Israel’s Jews. It portrays the development of these traits over Israel’s existence, with a special emphasis on the past 25 years. Although each of these characteristics stands on its own, this analysis connects each examined characteristic with what preceded it. This approach allows detailed insights into the pieces that together compose Israel’s human mosaic.
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