Al-Zaytouna Centre for Studies and Consultations has published an Arabic academic paper entitled “Judicial Changes of the Israeli Government and Their Impact on the Zionist Project,” by Amjad Ubaidi and Layli Abu Rjaileh.
This is an analytical study in which the authors investigated the causes of the recent judicial crisis in Israel, analyzed its impact and assumed future scenarios. The authors believe that the judicial and legal changes in Israel would have negative effects and may weaken it.
In addition to the theoretical framework and introduction, this study explains the Israeli political system and the nature of changes or so-called reforms. It also discusses the impact of these changes on three fundamental aspects; internal relations, foreign relations, particularly the Colonial Powers supporting it, and the economy.
The authors discuss the expected impact of this crisis, summarized in six points, including a deep rift that divides Israel socially into two conflicting factions; the decline of democracy and the gradual reduction of freedoms; the politicization of the judiciary, which means racism would become more public; more decline in minority rights, and a widening gap between the classes and groups in Israeli society; the right would become more extreme and racist with terrorist actions, and the world’s confidence in Israel and its project would decline; and the economy would deteriorate. Finally, there are conclusions and recommendations.
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>> Academic Paper: Judicial Changes of the Israeli Government and Their Impact on the Zionist Project (Arabic) (56 pages, 3.4 MB)