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“There are no Jewish people, there are Israeli people”

Jews living in Tel Aviv, New York or Moscow do not share the same secular practices and language and thus cannot be called one people, says Professor Shlomo Sand.

He believes that it is more appropriate to talk about Israelis – people with a common culture and basic values.

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