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bas a nation and at transferring to them the land which was at the btime, and still is, inhabited by its historic owners, the Arabs.”

bThat is what they said then, before there were “occupied bterritories” or Jewish settlements in them that constituted an b“obstacle to peace.” That was before there was an “occupation barmy” to defy a United Nations that was not even in existence. bThat is what the Arabs said, and those are the murders they bcommitted—the death and destruction they effected—before bthere was even a Jewish state. All that they said then, they think btoday. All that they did then, they would do today if given the bopportunity. Will we give it to them?

bThe first Jew to be killed in the rioting of 1936-38 was bYisrael Hazan, murdered near Tulkarm, in April 1936. Forty- bthree years later, in October 1979, an automobile carrying Tzvi bLaufer, twenty-four, crashed into a truck in Tulkarm. He was bkilled instantly and the driver of the car severely injured. When bsoldiers arrived at the spot, they were horrified to find young bArabs from the nearby school happily dancing, singing, and bclapping around the car containing the two dead Jews.

bNothing has changed, and if the Jew does not understand bthe real cause of the Arab-Jewish conflict, he will indeed, G-d bforbid, give the Arab the opportunity for which he so longs: to bliquidate the Jewish state.

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