Mass immigration and the demographic revolution in Israel

@article{Hacohen2001MassIA,
  title={Mass immigration and the demographic revolution in Israel},
  author={D. Hacohen},
  journal={Israel Affairs},
  year={2001},
  volume={8},
  pages={177 - 190}
}
  • D. Hacohen
  • Published 2001
  • Political Science
  • Israel Affairs
From its establishment, the State of Israel has expressed its deep connection to immigration. Israel's Declaration of Independence states that, 'The State of Israel shall be open to Jewish immigration and to the ingathering of the exiles'. This approach guided the state's immigration policy and was legally sated in the Law of Return, which categorically declared that 'every Jew has the right to immigrate to Israel'. The mass migration in the first decade of its existence (about one million… Expand
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