What is Zehut 101?
The idea of Zehut 101 is to make the Zehut Party platform more accessible to the average person.
The full platform is more than 300 pages long. And it needs to be that long, if not longer, because what Zehut represents is nothing less than a paradigm shift in the politics, economics, and culture of the State of Israel.
But how many people are going to sit down and plow through 300 pages?
Hence Zehut 101. This is a project created by Zehut members, and has no official standing[*]. On this site, the platform has been broken up into bite-sized pieces so that you can read what you want to without feeling overwhelmed.
In addition, each page on the site has a talkback section at the bottom. If you have questions or comments, you can enter them there, and members of Zehut will answer them for you.
There aren't many rules for the talkback. Be civil. Don't use language you wouldn't use around children, because you don't know who may be reading what you write. Don't come on here trolling for other parties. Don't post commercial spam, and don't post questions about one subject on a page that deals with another subject. And if you can, try and read through the comments that precede yours to see if the question you're asking has already been asked.
That's about it. The goal is to have the platform up in Hebrew, English, French, and Russian. The Hebrew version is the official one. If there seems to be a conflict between the Hebrew version and any of the translations, it is the Hebrew that is correct. If you find such conflicts, please send us an email describing them to us so that we can fix it. Or just leave a comment about it in the talkback section.
And in the next elections, may we merit a government that is committed to the Zehut Party's three ideals of Liberty, Meaning, and Identity!
[*] The English translation is also unofficial. Parts of it have been vetted already, but not not all of it.