As Rush would say, "Stop the tape!" I like Dennis Prager, but he's hardly objective. Israeli arabs (those living within the green line of what is internationally recognized as Israel) do not have all the benefits of citizenship that Jewish Israelis do. Remember, Israel chooses to refer to itself as a Jewish state, which by it's very nature is incompatible with being a democracy. Look at Egypt, or Saudi Arabia.
I only posted this because it is sarcastic humor by ISRAELIS. Like I said, everyone gets the humor but Americans.
Anyone can qualify for full citizenship in Israel. And it is actually fairly simple. For a Jew, it is especially easy. But any Muslim can become a full citizen of Israel and if they do, they enjoy every right enjoyed by any Jew citizen.
Any Palestinian born into a Palestinian family resident in Israel from before the State was formed is a full citizen of Israel with all the rights and duties as any other Israeli citizen.
Concluding that Israael is incompatible with being a democracy because it calls itself a Jewsih State has no basis in fact or reality. To the State of Israel, being Jewish has offcially nothing to do with being a religious Jew. It has everything to do with ancestry. So it fully democratic.
Come on Peter, we know that you tend to be an overly severe critic of Israel. But there is no need or call for spouting non-facts to support your position.