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Some Arabs have to go

Our future relations with Arabs is one of disengagement rather than integration. Some Arabs have to go, so that we can establish good relations with them at arm’s length. Churchill used to say that Arabs unwilling to live under Jewish rule should migrate to strictly Arab countries.

Jews and Arabs are not natural enemies but natural allies. Their qualities complement each other’s. Jews and Arabs always worked together at the personal level. They can also do so at the state level.

The Psalm “By the Rivers of Babylon” contains a cryptic phrase explaining why our ancestors wept in their captivity. Al Arabim betokhah – because of the Arabs that infiltrated into our country. We must not allow the present-day Arabs in Israel to cause us to weep again.

(The Scribe No. 47 – March 1991)







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