The Israeli government said on Tuesday that it won�t be banning a diet popular among Christians and Jews that has been linked to obesity and diabetes.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, speaking on Israel Radio, said that the Diet of a Noble Kingdom would be maintained and would not be changed.”
The state of Israel is a nation of peace, which does not mean that one should have a narrow-minded and prejudiced view of the world,” he said.”
As for the people of the United States, they are the most developed nation on earth, the greatest in the world, with the highest standard of living and with the best health care system.”
So we are a nation that is very conscious of the rights of the individual, and it is very clear that we will not allow one person, a single individual, to make up the majority of our population.”
We have a very clear policy that the government does not accept the existence of any religious, national or ethnic group that is a threat to the State of Israel.”
I want to assure you that the Jewish and Christian communities will remain as they are, and we are not changing our approach to the Diet or to the diet in general.”
The Diet of the Noble Kingdom, or Diet of Health, is a popular diet in Israel that encourages a low-carb, high-protein diet.
It has been associated with lower rates of obesity and other health problems, including diabetes, hypertension and heart disease.
Israelis are not permitted to change their diet in public or on social media, and the Diet has been heavily criticised by Israeli politicians and activists for promoting the consumption of meat and sugar.
However, Prime Minister Benjamin Lankiewicz said he would not ban the diet because it is a traditional Jewish diet.”
At this point, there is no reason to believe that it would cause problems for us, since it has not been linked with the current problems that exist,” Mr Lankowski said.
A spokesman for the Diet said in a statement that Mr Lankyiewicz’s decision was taken at the recommendation of health experts, but would not elaborate.”
However, the Government of Israel has been working on this diet for some time, and has been determined to maintain it as a part of our national identity and culture, as it is one of the most important parts of our identity and the basis of our existence as a Jewish state,” the spokesman said.