OK. I certainly appreciate people attempting to tackle such issues, and especially through so-called "politically incorrect" solutions.

Who's going to put the bell around the cat with regards to the non-Jewish [mostly] Russian, Byelarussian, & Ukrainians, the non-Jewish Americans who have been fooled into thinking that they're Jewish, the "foreign workers" now receiving more and more rights, and the Christian missionaries who always seem to have some way of not being kicked out?
#1 Ya'aqov Ben-Yehudah (Homepage) on 2006-02-22 05:46
The article is not worthy of posting on this site.
Because it starts with the underlying false assumption:
Thus, the question has arisen what to do with the Arab population of Judea, Samaria (aka the West Bank) and eastern Jerusalem. Reconquering and annexation have been ruled out for demographic reasons.
Look, we didn't take over the land in a defensive war with any concerns whatsoever about "demographics."
Further, the demographic nonsense is just that - a scam and a fraud. There is no "demographic" problem.
Sorry, but this article should not have been posted on this site. - it is giving credibility to our enemies.
#2 Elisheva on 2006-02-22 13:35
Dear Elisheva,

I think what is being expressed is not an opinion, but an observation of current political attitudes in Israel.

Wether or not there is or is not a "demographic threat" the fact is that the majority of the voting Israeli public believes there to be one. And the fact is, that if we want to eventually annex Judea and Samaria, then what will we do with the Arabs living there? Just like the Arabs in eastern Jerusalem, they too will automatically receive the right to obtain Israeli citizenship. Quite frankly I don't want another 20 Ahmed Tibis in the Knesset, which mean getting as many Arabs to emigrate as possible before we annex.
#2.1 Hillel on 2006-03-03 13:59
I wanted to point out that this is an earlier version of my article. The final version can be viewed at:
#3 Robert S. Barnes (Homepage) on 2006-03-04 18:30
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