NZZ is playing with Jewish tradition?

“Next year in Jerusalem“ is a motto of Jewish tradition, celebration of Passover.

NZZ Nr. 303 from 29/30 Dec 2012, weekend between Christmas and Silvester published the similar motto – Next year in Palestine (“Nächstes Jahr in Palästina“). Article is published on 1st page as a main news event.

Palestine was recognized as a homeland of Jewish people ( . Palestinian Arabs are living in all parts of Israel-Palestine  incl. South Lebanon, Jordan, PA). Jewish people are being pushed out by international community from Judea and Samaria and do not live in most of Palestine or Gaza.

What is this new tradition that links NZZ with Palestine?

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