Sunday, December 14, 2008

Should Israel be a Jewish State or a state of its inhabitants?

Eldad to push 'anti-Islamization' laws
Dec. 10, 2008

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MK Arye Eldad, who is currently with the National Union-National Religious Party but has founded the new Hatikva Party, says he is planning to introduce a package of emergency "anti-Islamization legislation" in the next Knesset to "confront the enemy within and without."

The legislation would make military or civil service obligatory for both Arab and Jewish citizens, require all citizens to declare their loyalty to Israel "as a Jewish democratic state" as a condition for voting in national elections and ensure punishments are meted out for illegal construction, which is rife in the Arab sector.

"I am trying to preserve the state of Israel as a Jewish state," Eldad told The Jerusalem Post on Tuesday. "I'm trying to struggle against both a post-Zionist trend and the trend of 'Islamization' of some citizens of Israel, who are saying we no longer need a Jewish state and that this should be a binational state of Jews and Muslims."

MK Ibrahim Sarsour, head of the United Arab List-Ta'al, said that he and other Arab activists will do everything possible to ensure that Eldad's "discriminatory" legislation package, if introduced, does not pass.

The legislation, Sarsour said, would lead to the exclusion of the Arab minority from the Israeli system, something the community "will not accept."

But even if it does pass, Sarsour said, "we will go on struggling within the limitations of Israeli law by peaceful means, [so] that Israel will be a state of all its citizens, not a Jewish state or a state of the Jewish community" in which Arabs are "simply a passing minority."

Most Arab leaders are against making military or civilian service mandatory for Israeli Arabs, saying they want to create their own non-state mechanisms to serve their communities.

Eldad plans to reveal details of the package during a public conference he is hosting in Jerusalem on Sunday, entitled "Facing Jihad."

The seminar at the Begin Heritage Center, which he says aims to educate Israelis about "the true nature of Islam," will feature speakers such as writer Daniel Pipes and Dutch parliamentarian Geert Wilders, who will screen his controversial film Fitna, which aims to demonstrate that the Koran encourages hatred of and violence against non-Muslims.

Meanwhile, the primary for Hatikva was held on Tuesday. The secular Zionist party, according to its Web site, aims "to return redemptive Zionism to the center stage of the Jewish state" and believes that "the Land of Israel is the exclusive inheritance of the Jewish people."

Results of the primary were not available by press time.

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The Arabs are de trops in Israel. Although many prefer to live in Israel because of its generous "entitlements," or perhaps in the never-dying hope that it will become an Islamic state made "judenrein," as are all Arab-occupied areas of Israel, they can never be trusted by Jews.

"Military service" in the IDF for Arabs appears not to be such a good idea. It is akin to serving next to a Moslem in the United States armed forces. He may be a buddy--then again, he may have a crise de conscience and hear the call to "kill the inifidel" as prescribed by Mohammed, the progenitor of all Mohammedans, and be driven to act upon it.

Can you expect an Arab conscripted into the IDF to fight "Palestinian" Arabs hankering to "kill all Jews?" and be loyal to his Jewish fellow soldiers?

I know the answer, do you?


KGS at Tundra Tabloids, says,

"But of course Israeli Arab Muslims are not buying it, they can't allow for a Jewish state to exist, they want only Islam to rule. They'll opt for the short term, bi-national state, then destroy that one as they did the Jewish one, and replace it with an Islamic state."


"Riiiiight, a bi-national state. The destruction of the Jewish state is never far from the thinking of these religious supremacists, who feign concern for discrimination, but are very open about their desire for the destruction of the world's only Jewish state. They use the same ploy in the West as well, with Muslims feigning concern over 'civil rights' while working towards the goal of Islam being the dominant force. In other words, concern over civil rights only works one way, after hegemony is achieved, concern for human civil rights in the liberal sense, is no longer an issue." KGS
Posted by KGS at 10:27 AM


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