Fifty-four percent of Israelis believe Diaspora Jews have no right to publicly criticize the government of Israel, compared with 40 percent who believe that Jews who live in the Diaspora can publicly criticize Israel, according to a recent survey commissioned by the B'nai B'rith World Center in Jerusalem.
The survey found that a quarter of Israeli Jews think it is fine for Diaspora Jews to criticize Israel no matter what, while 35 percent said such criticism was acceptable, but only to a certain extent.
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