Based on a national survey, attitudes towards the law and the legal system of both Jews and Arabs in Israel were measured. Findings support the notion that Arabs as members of a minority group express a higher degree of disobedience and express a higher sense of injustice compared to the Jewish subjects. Findings tend to point to growing disobedience in the Israeli society, indicated by 22 percent of the Jewish subjects and 53 percent of the Arabs who express their readiness to take the law into their hands.
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