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bterritorial concessions; the immediate reunification of the bliberated lands with the present State of Israel by the formal badherance of Israeli law to these areas; unrestricted Jewish bsettlement in every part of Eretz Yisroel now under our brule.

b3.aThe organizing of mass, militant protests in New York band Washington as well as other major cities against an bAmerican foreign policy of pressure on Israel to retreat. bSuch protests to include sit-ins.

b4.aA petition directed against President Ford pledging to bvote and actively work against him in 1976 unless he stops bpressuring Israel and changes his Secretary of State in favor bof one with a different point of view on concessions. Aiming bat a million signatures.

b5.aOrganizing fundamentalist Bible Protestants into a bpowerful “Christians for Zion” movement.

b6.aA petition (aimed at a million signatures) directed at bthe Israeli government and demanding the points men- btioned above (2).

b7.aThe raising of funds and political support for those bgroups and individuals in Israel who oppose the policy of bretreat (Begin’s Herut party; The Young Guard of NRP; bGush Emunim, individual Laborites).

b8.aTakeovers of Israeli Consulates and Embassy to bdramatize the problem.

b9.aA lawsuit in conjunction with B’nai Brith, AJCongress band AJCommittee charging Israel with a Judenrein anti- bSemitic policy for barring Jews—AS JEWS—from settling in bmajor areas of the liberated lands.

b10.aPicketing and takeovers of American Jewish Estab- blishment offices with demands to take the lead in protesting bthe American pressure; Day-long fasts inside well known bsynagogues and temples; picketing of the private homes band offices of Jewish leaders.

b11.aPublicizing the campaign through appearances on bradio and television; ads in local Anglo-Jewish papers; bleaflets in streets and major pedestrian areas; buttons read- bing “Not One Inch” and “There is no Palestine”; a Din b 

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