Editorial in the news (by Professor Y. Zair): The events of the last few days have shown that the Israeli society resists minimizing the government’s participation in managing the country because people want to live in a unified society that does not extol competition at any price, but supports mutual guarantee, care for one another, and a much more humane society.
All of the classes are interlinked with one another. The youth is giving us a wonderful lesson of brotherly relationships between people.
There is not a single party in Israel that proclaims equality as a value. Perhaps the phenomenon we are observing in Israel is one of the first harbingers of a new, worldwide tendency.
My Comment: All that’s left is to discern how to turn this tendency into new social relations in order to reveal the new, upper world inside of them.