Feeling the Loyalty to the Jewish State of Israel

The Israeli Knesset is debating a bill proposed by David Rotem of the extreme right Yisrael Beiteinu party that would require all Israeli citizens to swear loyalty to Israel as a “Jewish and democratic state.” This bill is targeted at increasing pressure on the twenty percent of Israelis who are Palestinian citizens while forcing the ultra Orthodox Jewish minority who reject the legitimacy of any state not based on Jewish biblical law to accept Zionism. If passed in its proposed form, citizens unwilling to take the loyalty oath would be at risk of losing citizenship.

Israeli leaders committed to a classic secular political Zionist platform have always fought at all costs to guard Israel’s “Jewish character,” even while they reveal their inability to properly define exactly what it is. The loyalty oath and push for a two-state solution are the most profound examples of the insecurity that has roiled beneath the surface in Jewish Israeli society since the state’s inception. Without a Jewish majority exhibiting clear legal and political dominance over the non-Jewish or non-Zionist minority, the Zionist movement becomes meaningless. So as the Palestinian-Israeli minority actively resists its dispossession and the ultra-Orthodox stubbornly reject the concept of a Jewish state, the Israeli establishment feels increasingly compelled to seek draconian measures to salvage its vision of Zionism.

The loyalty oath was one of the main platform issues for Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman’s far right Yisrael Beitenu party when it campaigned in 2009. “No citizenship without loyalty,” was among Lieberman’s most effective campaign slogans (his other slogan: “Only Lieberman speaks Arabic”), helping guide his party to an astonishing third place, with 15 of the 120 seats in Israeli Parliament. The draft bill currently debated in the Parliament would allow the Interior Ministry to strip even native Israelis of their nationality if they refused to swear allegiance to the Jewish state and “its symbols and values,” and failed to profess their willingness to perform military service. Abraham Foxman, the national director of the Anti-Defamation League, has expressed support for Yisrael Beiteinu’s loyalty crusade.

After the proposed law failed its first reading in the Knesset due to opposition from a handful of liberal members of the ruling Likud party, Yisrael Beiteinu released the following statement: “Yisrael Beitenu will continue to act for Israel’s basis as a Jewish, Zionist and democratic state and will fight against disloyalty and the negative exploitation of Israeli democracy.” In July, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s cabinet has approved a similar bill requiring all new citizens to take an oath of loyalty to the Jewish state. The measure would make attaining citizenship nearly impossible for Palestinians residing inside Israel.

The following month, we met the loyalty bill’s author, David Rotem, at his home in the illegal West Bank settlement of Efrat. A self-described “very Zionistic” politician with a hulking frame and a pronounced limp resulting from a bout of polio, Rotem described in a gravely voice his vision of Israeli democracy. “Tyranny of the majority is the heart of democracy,” he declared. “Call it what you want but democracy is the rule of the majority. And it’s not a tyranny if the majority decides against the minorities.”

Besides the loyalty oath bill, political factions ranging from far-right settler parties to opposition leader Tzipi Livni’s centrist Kadima Party have proposed no less than 14 pieces of legislation this year which the Association for Civil Rights in Israel defines as anti-democratic. (Rotem is the author of six of the bills). They include laws that would send citizens to jail for encouraging the rejection of Israel as a Jewish state, strip filmmakers of state funding if their work was deemed anti-Israel, and prosecute any Israeli who publishes material calling for a boycott of Israel. Other lesser-publicized bills have been introduced to block Palestinian residents of Israel from returning to confiscated land or from reuniting with family members from the West Bank or Gaza.

While leftist Israelis chant, “Fascism will not pass!” at demonstrations in East Jerusalem, former Knesset member and commentator Yossi Sarid entitled a recent column, “Fascism is already here.” Citing the swath of anti-democratic bills being debated in the Knesset, the support Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his cabinet have offered for most of them, and the near total lack of opposition from the Israeli mainstream, Sarid remarked, “Israeli democracy is mainly for decoration, like a tree grown for its beauty, not to bear fruit. Few people actually use it or the rights it affords.”

Of all the anti-democratic bills recently introduced in the Knesset, Rotem’s loyalty law carries the most disturbing undertones, recalling some of the darkest periods in recent history. Well before the Nazi government initiated its campaign of genocide against Germany’s Jewish minority, its political leadership introduced the “stab-in-the-back” legend, accusing Jews in a virtual mantra of disloyalty to the German army and a general lack of patriotism. During the anticommunist furor of America’s McCarthy era, teachers and lawmakers in several states were forced to sign loyalty oaths to prove they were not “subversive,” prompting a crackdown on public servants, including a disproportionate number of Jews, who believed their constitutional rights were being violated.

In Israel, a right-wing student group called Im Tirtzu which has gained endorsements from Netanyahu and his education minister Gideon Saar has demanded a purge of all “post-Zionist and anti-Zionist” professors from the university system. To support Im Tirtzu’s campaign, a popular Israeli singer named Amir Benayoun recorded a song hectoring Israeli leftists and Arabs for “knifing” Israel in the back. It contained the following lyrics:

After they failed to kill me from the outside

You come and kill me from inside

I always charge forward with my back to you

But you sharpen the knife

An Experiment In Fascism

With a fascist mood permeating Israeli government and society, we set out into the streets of central Jerusalem to engage young revelers on the issue of loyalty. Because Israel is debating legislation claiming that it is alone the Jewish sovereign state and has the authority to speak in the name of the “Jewish people,” we thought that the opinions of supporters of Israel from the Jewish diaspora were an essential element in any discussion about the proposed loyalty bill. Given the already simmering controversy over ‘dual loyalty’ in the United States, the topic needed to be explored thoroughly and unflinchingly. Did the Zionist loyalty oath represent a fulcrum point in the ‘dual loyalty’ debate for diaspora Jews? Would diaspora Jews have any objection to taking an oath to defend the Jewish state? If so, did that put their allegiance to their country of residence in question?

Ultimately, we sought to determine the extent to which the Jewish public in Israel and abroad was ready to accept fascism in any form. To get a better sense of public opinion — an incomplete snapshot, but a sense nonetheless — we asked interview subjects if they would swear before our camera an oath of loyalty to the Jewish state. Our oath was deliberately crafted with the most provocative language possible, based almost word-for-word on the Führereid, or the oath that Wehrmacht soldiers had to swear to Adolph Hitler from 1934 to 1945.

The Wehrmacht oath read as follows:

I swear by God this holy oath, that I want to offer unconditional obedience to the Fuhrer of the German Empire and people, Adolf Hitler, the commander-in-chief of the Wehrmacht, and be prepared as a brave soldier to risk my life for this oath at any time.

And here is the oath of loyalty to the Jewish state that our interview subjects read on camera:

I swear by Hashem [the Jewish God] that I want to offer unconditional loyalty to the Jewish state of Israel, to its leaders and the commanders of its Jewish army. I am prepared as a loyal supporter of the Jewish state to risk my life for this oath at any time.

Were we suggesting that the Jewish state of Israel represented a new incarnation of Hitler’s Third Reich? Of course not. We repudiate sweeping comparisons of Israel to Nazi Germany as shallow and ahistorical. Instead, we imagined our video project as a version of the “Third Wave” experiment undertaken by history teacher Ron Jones at Cubberly High School in Southern California in 1967.

Seeking to demonstrate the susceptibility of average citizens to fascism, Jones ordered his students to accept a regimen of strict discipline and community including sig heil salutes, responding to questions while standing and in three words or less, and carrying membership cards at all times. “Strength through discipline,” was the motto of the movement Jones claimed to be promoting. By the fourth day of the experiment, the students’ enthusiasm for the project had spread to other classes throughout the school. Finally, Jones ordered his students to attend a rally where a presidential candidate from their “Third Wave” movement would announce his candidacy. When the students arrived, however, Jones revealed to them that they had been subjects in an experiment about the appeal of fascism, and that they had eagerly replicated the structure of Nazi German society.

Our own experiment exposed an equally disturbing trend among the young Israelis and Jewish supporters of Israel we spoke to. In some cases, our interview subjects eagerly requested to read the loyalty oath on camera without any prompting, and added their own personal touch to it — usually they emphasized phrases like “Jewish state” and “Jewish army.” These subjects were generally new immigrants who had left their families behind in order to join the army and a brand new life in Israel. Jewish internationals (most were studying at Jerusalem-area yeshivas for the year) who took the oath defended it on the basis that Israel was a state for the Jews, and therefore did not have to comply with the regulations of normal Western democracies. Only two interviewees refused to take the oath. Though they based their refusal on the possibility that Israel might commit grave human rights crimes in the distant future, they were admittedly unable to define the nature of the abuses that would turn them against the state.

If our interviews demonstrated anything, it is that anyone in any country can fall prey to the psychological lures of fascism. Jews are no exception.

27 thoughts on “Feeling the Loyalty to the Jewish State of Israel

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  2. walt kovacs

    and what does max prove by another of his patented and highly edited man on the street vids?

    that he is smarter than the average 18 year old on break year

    good for you max…way to show those kids up and make them look like fascist pigs

    why is the vid edited? why isnt your asking the subjects to read the oath (i havent read the bill, so i will take your word that the oath you had them read is the one being proposed) included in the vid?

    why is there not one long term israeli citizen included in the vid?

    i know you cant speak hebrew, but there are many who speak english

    and max…it is a jewish state, no matter how much you wish it isnt

    and those kids got you….america, despite what fox news says…is not a christian nation

    btw, when are you headed to pakistan or iran to try out your shtick?

  3. Adam Neira

    A little comparison here is warranted…

    Scene one : Young Jews on a night out in Jerusalem, the capital of the State of Israel are allowed to wear a cardboard cut-out of their Prime Minister and go out and have a dance and a bit of fun on a Saturday in total openness..

    Scene Two : Tehran. Probably not much different except the entertainment would be done in secret and the participants would be in fear of their life for certain acts against the state.

    Scene Three : Darfur. Forget about it.

    Israel is not perfect by any means. No nation is at this present time in human history. But as far as nations go it is well up there with the best. Declaring loyalty to a State is not as bad as this article claims if that State is decent. Many Americans have died defending the principles of liberty since 1776. Many Australians, Brits, French etc. have died defending the principles of Western Civilization over the decades.

  4. gd

    walt & adam: I’m not going to continue wasting my tax money on spoiled, self centered, miseducated, hate filled fools who feel completely comfortable with saying FU to me and not thank you.

  5. walt kovacs

    gd,

    im far from hate filled…and your tax money has never benefited me as i reside in california and have most of my tax money used to benefit the rest of the country

    btw, i dont want my tax money going to anyone who says that socialist prayer, pledging allegiance to some damn flag

    we can share the same jail cell

  6. hophmi

    Well, I give Max some credit. Since originally posting the Abe Foxman explicitly supported the bill, which was not true, he has changed this to a claim that Foxman has express support for “Yisrael Beteinu’s loyalty crusade.” He didn’t really do that either, but at least it’s not a bald-faced mistruth.

    But I’ll repeat here what I said on Mondoweiss:

    This video is like everything else Max does – a silly and dishonest failure.

    Like the other ones, Max depends on young people who are out having a good time to read his laughable oath, the kind of thing he could almost certainly get anyone in any country of a similar age to read under similar circumstances.

    The first guy on the video modifies the oath to include democracy, exploding the entire experiment from the beginning.

    The oath is not too dissimilar from the oath given to members of the US Army:

    “I, _____, do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; and that I will obey the orders of the President of the United States and the orders of the officers appointed over me, according to regulations and the Uniform Code of Military Justice. So help me God.”

    Most of those saying it have not thought about (or been given time to think about) the oath, so the point Max makes is not particular to Israel, but particular to everyone who subscribes to any form of nationalism the world over. It is more than likely that if one substituted the word Muslim for Jewish and any Muslim state for Israel, most young people would read the same thing. It would be true in most Christian countries as well.

    The comparison of Israel with America is ridiculous for all kinds of reasons, none of which, of course, cannot be explained in three second conversation. The first, of course, is that America does not face the constant threat Israel does; it is protected by two oceans. America also does not have the issue of elected representatives meeting with people with whom America is at war. Barbara Lee may have voted against the war in Afghanistan, but she didn’t go to meet with Osama bin Laden.

    Max should go try and do this in Arab countries – if they allow him to do it, that is. He is still the little bad boy of youtube journalism, a man of failed projects and little notoriety, good or bad.

  7. gd

    walt, I was referring to my money going to greedy fools in Israel. There is much suffering in the world, not for jews Israel. Meanwhile there are jews in the US struggling to make ends meet.

    hophmi wrote “America does not face the constant threat Israel does; it is protected by two oceans”. The only constant threat Israel is in is from it’s greedy self.

  8. walt kovacs

    gd,

    your understanding of greed and mine are totally different

    call me when israel takes over the kuwaiti oil fields

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  10. andrew r

    “The first, of course, is that America does not face the constant threat Israel does; it is protected by two oceans.”

    More’s the pity.

    “America also does not have the issue of elected representatives meeting with people with whom America is at war.”

    See above. And of course, the Arab communities that were divided by the Allied/Zionist colonization of the Middle East should keep estranged to please the expulsion-happy land stealers.

    Israel hasn’t done anything to earn the loyalty of its gentile subjects and it’s sure done a lot to earn disloyalty.

  11. andrew r

    “Many Australians, Brits, French etc. have died defending the principles of Western Civilization over the decades.”

    Liberty for the haves and oppression for the have-nots is about the only value western civilization has to offer.

  12. andrew r

    That’s especially brilliant when you consider the USSR defeated the Nazis.

    Also, you may one day want to spend a half hour reading up on what happens to people under US imperial rule. Following the news in Iraq and Afghanistan outside American TV would be a start.

  13. andrew r

    And one last thing, why not Japanese and German imperial rule. Why does Germany get to disown the Nazis?

  14. walt kovacs

    sorry…meant to say the nazi germans

    and the allied forces defeated the nazis…not just the soviets….you must show me the history books you read

    afghanistan was a righteous war…iraq, not so much…shoulda gone after the real culprits behind 9/11…the saudis…but they are pals of bush, so that wasnt gonna happen

    of course, you probably believe that 9/11 was an inside job…so im sure im just blowing smoke

  15. andrew r

    Stalingrad, etc.

    “shoulda gone after the real culprits behind 9/11…the saudis”

    The Saudis are about as guilty as the USA in creating bin Laden.

    “afghanistan was a righteous war…”

    No, it was a murderous war. Also aggression.

    “of course, you probably believe that 9/11 was an inside job…so im sure im just blowing smoke”

    One out of two ain’t bad.

  16. poyani

    walt kovacs says:

    “gd,

    your understanding of greed and mine are totally different

    call me when israel takes over the kuwaiti oil fields”

    Why? Are the West Bank’s water resources and Gaza’s offshore natural gas reserves not enough?

  17. poyani

    walt kovacs says:
    “sorry…meant to say the nazi germans

    and the allied forces defeated the nazis…not just the soviets….you must show me the history books you read”

    The ones which show the Red Army march onto Berlin. You know, all of them.

    Which textbooks were you reading?

    walt kovaks
    “afghanistan was a righteous war…iraq, not so much…shoulda gone after the real culprits behind 9/11…the saudis…but they are pals of bush, so that wasnt gonna happen”

    Afghanistan was not a “righteous war”.

    You are getting close with Saudi Arabia, but still no cigar. The irony of course is that the US would not give a rat’s ass about Israel if it wasn’t for Saudi Arabia.

    This stuff is a little past what you can grasp, so let’s leave it at that.

  18. poyani

    homphi wrote “Max should go try and do this in Arab countries – if they allow him to do it, that is. He is still the little bad boy of youtube journalism, a man of failed projects and little notoriety, good or bad.”

    You honestly believe that Egypt or Syria would deny citizenship to their countrymen because they refused to swear am oath to an Islamic nation?

    Come on homphi, Egypt and Syria are not that backwards.

    And speaking of freedom in “Arab” countries, Kuwait and Qatar are ranked higher than Israel by Freedom House this year.

    Interesting trend. I guess the homphis and walt kobaks are gaining ground in Israel, tearing the place up from the inside.

  19. hophmi

    “You honestly believe that Egypt or Syria would deny citizenship to their countrymen because they refused to swear am oath to an Islamic nation?”

    You’ve got to be kidding. Do you know what would happen to you in those countries if you were a citizen and you went and visited an enemy state?

    “And speaking of freedom in “Arab” countries, Kuwait and Qatar are ranked higher than Israel by Freedom House this year.”

    In what? Qatar is rated as “not free”, received a score of 5 for civil liberties and a 6 for political rights. Kuwait is rated as “partly free” and received scores of 4 for both. Israel is rated as “free” and received a score of 1 for political rights and 2 for civil liberties.

  20. poyani

    Homphi wrote “You’ve got to be kidding. Do you know what would happen to you in those countries if you were a citizen and you went and visited an enemy state?”

    Since you clearly avoided my question 100% I can assume you actually noticed the absurdity of your point.

    For the record, Egypt and Syria are some of the most backwards politically regressive and unfree countries in the world. Yet even they would never deny citizenship to their countrymen because they refused to swear am oath to an “Islamic nation”.

    Furthermore, note that we are talking about Israel’s treatment of its citizens. Undeniably, Israel treats the Palestinians FAR worse than its own citizens. The Palestinians have for decades now been kept one of the world’s worst forms of bondage. Many people call it Apartheid, however, many prominent anti-Apartheid activists (such as Bishop Desmond Tutu and Ronnie Kasrils) point out that Israel’s treatment of Palestinians is far more cruel than the behaviour of Apartheid government of South Africa.

    A better comparison perhaps is the treatment of Natives in the US, Canada and Australia.

    Homphi wrote “In what? Qatar is rated as “not free”, received a score of 5 for civil liberties and a 6 for political rights. Kuwait is rated as “partly free” and received scores of 4 for both. Israel is rated as “free” and received a score of 1 for political rights and 2 for civil liberties.”

    In many categories. For example in press freedom

    Reporters without Borders for example ranks Israel as #93 in the world, below the UAE, Kuwait and Lebanon.

    Again, we are talking about Israeli citizens. Israel’s treatment of Palestinians is FAR below that of Israeli citizens.

    These stats are not even relevant. Its’ a form of moral relativism. To a decent Israeli, Israel’s relative ranking to Arab countries in “Freedom” scores by obscure organizations should not matter. Honest Israelis look at the things the state is doing in their name and they would demand that the state stop committing any actions which they find to be immoral or unethical.

    Re-invoking the McCarthy/Nazi traditions of “loyalty oaths” is disgusting by any standards. The fact that no Arab country even practices such behaviour should be even more of a hint.

    Arab countries are run by despotic puppet dictators. How could any decent Israeli be okay with a practice which even tyrannical dictators would consider to go too far?

  21. Adam Neira

    NEWS FLASH

    “Israeli Government approves loyalty oath bill. New non-Jewish citizens will be obligated to pledge allegiance to ‘Jewish, democratic state’ from now on, after bill passes 22-8.”

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