A very deceitful and dangerous proposition


By Jan Willem van der Hoeven

It sounds so convincing when I hear the top Kadima spokesmen say they, to preserve a truly Jewish Democratic State, will sooner or later draw the line and establish Israel?s new borders for the good of Israel?s future, so as not to be out-populated by Arab inhabitants and thus make sure that the Jewish character of the State of Israel will be preserved!

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By Jan Willem van der Hoeven

It sounds so convincing when I hear the top Kadima spokesmen say they, to preserve a truly Jewish Democratic State, will sooner or later draw the line and establish Israel?s new borders for the good of Israel?s future, so as not to be out-populated by Arab inhabitants and thus make sure that the Jewish character of the State of Israel will be preserved! Whatever this Jewishness in the minds of these Kadima politicians really means!

This is a clever ploy to prepare the unsuspecting Israeli people for the next unilateral evacuation from huge parts of Judea and Samaria in case Kadima will lead the next Israeli government. But although clever, it is highly deceptive.

Firstly: It is not true. Even if Israel, by God?s grace, would dare to officially annex the territories, the Jewish majority of this sovereign state of Israel will not, in the foreseeable future, be endangered at all.

As the following report already shows, the numbers of the Palestinian Arab population are highly inflated.

Joel Mowbray (OpEd Washington Times, Jan. 14, 2005): ?… An eight-person team found that the actual number of residents in Gaza and the West Bank is nearly 1.4 million fewer than the published population of 3.8 million ­ and they derived much of that number from Palestinian figures…Both Israel and the Palestinian Authority (PA) agreed in 1996 that the population was roughly 2 million ­ which would mean that the number of people living in Gaza and the West Bank has nearly doubled in eight short years… During the same time frame, however, birth rates have declined all across the Arab world… The standard of living for ordinary Palestinians is easily among the highest in Arab world, which should mean that their birth rates would be among the lowest in the region, not the highest… “As improbable as the official PA population figures are, they have not been challenged until now. The United States, the European Union, the United Nations, and even Israel have all accepted the claim that 3.8 million Palestinians live in the territories. And all have used that “fact,” to varying degrees, to argue that Israel needs to have a separate Palestinian state and pronto… “According to the Palestine Central Elections Commission’s own Oct. 14 press release, a million Palestinians had registered to vote, which represented two-thirds of adults. Of the 1.5 million eligible adults (not counting 110,000 eligible Jerusalem Arabs), the release stated that 200,000 were living abroad. This PA-released figure meshes almost exactly with the study’s final conclusion that the actual Palestinian population is approximately 2.4 million. So now that at least part of the PA apparatus has (unintentionally) agreed with the new demographic study, the question becomes: Will the United States, the European Union, the United Nations, and Israel finally disown the myth of 3.8 million Palestinians?…?

Secondly: There are ways to even already alleviate this problem now, by upgrading the Ministry of Aliyah and Absorption to such a level that thousands upon thousands of Jews will come to Israel to populate, among other places, also Judea and Samaria. At the same time, Israel?s government can decide to grant generous tax breaks to bigger families to stimulate the natural birth increase of the Israeli Jewish population.

Thirdly: There must come a time when Israel?s government will decide to not only give all rights and privileges to those Arabs who want to remain in Israel as loyal Israeli citizens, but also to demand that they fulfill ? like all ordinary Israeli Jews ? the necessary obligations, including some form of military service.

This will mean that those who only want to use their present Israeli citizenship to exist as a fifth column for the Hamas or other Palestinian organizations, and as a tool to undermine the State of Israel in favor of a future Palestinian state on all of the land of Israel, will be ferreted out as they will refuse to serve in the Israeli Defense forces and so lose their Israeli citizenship.

Fourthly: By unilaterally withdrawing from most of the territories, Kadima does not solve the problem at all but only add another, far more serious one: An independent HAMAS-led terrorist state situated just 20 miles from Israel?s main population centers!

Thus, using the words of Kadima?s spokespersons Olmert, Livni and others ?for the good of the future of the people of Israel? don?t go this way!

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