Rejecting the Will of the (Jewish) People
Poll: 62% want Arab emigration
Annual survey shows Israel continues to decline in democracy index; nearly one third of respondents say Jewish majority required for crucial national decisions, almost two thirds want to encourage Arabs to leave the country.
The problem is, nobody is listening.
It seems as if the government of the State of Israel, led by Ehud Olmert, is not interested in what the (Jewish) People want, as they choose to pursue a policy that calls for the expulsion of tens of thousands of Jews from their homes, along with the destruction of countless communities in heart of the Land of Israel, even though there is another solution to the demographic threat facing the Jewish State; a solution that the majority of Jewish citizens of the State of Israel seem to support.
Not only is the government of the State of Israel not willing to consider the option of encouraging Arab emigration from the Jewish State, but the Supreme Court of the State of Israel considers any talk of encouraging Arab emigration from the Jewish State as being illegal.
To make matters worse, it is clear that a large percentage of the Jewish citizens of the State of Israel believe that a Jewish majority should be required for any crucial government decisions, and in spite of this, Ehud Olmert continues to make a mockery of the will of the (Jewish) People of Israel.
Kadima boosts Arab influence in Knesset
The Kadima ruling party has already started acting to promote the future withdrawal from the West Bank, by removing potential obstacles that may work to impede the implementation of the plan. The Knesset's largest faction intends to do so by creating a majority of Arab and left-wing Knesset members on the parliamentary committees that are set to vote on the convergence plan – the Economics Committee and the Constitution, Law and Justice Committee.
The Arab and left-wing MKs will be assigned to the committees on the expense of members of the Likud, Israel Our Home and the National Union-National Religious Party factions.
1) Why is the government of the State of Israel so hell-bent on expelling tens of thousands of Jews from their homes and destroying the Jewish communities of Judea and Samaria, as is evident through their failure to even consider exploring options (such as encouraging Arab emigration) that do not involve the expulsion of Jews from their homes in the Land of Israel?
2) Why are the Jewish citizens of the State of Israel willing to accept the rule of those who place the rights of the Arabs of Israel ahead of the rights and interests of the Jewish People and State?
3) Why is it OK for the Jewish State to encourage Jewish immigration (Aliyah) through the Law of Return (which applies only to Jews), but not OK to encourage Arab emigration from the Jewish State?