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CHAPTER 5

 

The Demon of Demography

 

bIn May 1976 the Israeli Arab poet Awani Savit was briefly ar- brested for having written and publicly read seditious poems fol- blowing the Land Day Rebellion. One of his poems reads in part:

Oh, shedders of blood.
How did you ever believe you could murder my people?
It is an impossible task.
If you killed six, why we can bring into the world that same day
  sixty more. . . .

bThe great Arab weapon in the battle against Jewish Israel bis: babies. In an article in the newspaper Ha’Aretz (March 10, b1978), leftist Natan Yelin-Mor wrote: “One of the Arab bnotables once told me, following news of the death of several byoung Arab terrorists: ‘If they would listen to me they would bstop all military actions that cause only losses and suffering. We bhave to sit quietly, to work, and to bring forth children. In this bway we will become the majority in the not-to-distant future. bAnd then there will be no Israel as we know it.’”

bThe Arabs have not stopped that terror, but they have bbabies at an explosive rate. And so, according to the 1979 An- bnual of the Israeli Central Office of Statistics, the Israeli Arab bpopulation should triple in the next generation if current Arab band Jewish reproduction figures continue. That would mean bthat around the year 2000 there would be four million Jews in bIsrael and no fewer than two million Arabs. The Arabs would bconstitute one-third of Israel’s population! A similar projection bwas made in March 1978 by Dr. Moshe Hartment of Tel Aviv bUniversity to the Knesset Committee on Aliyah and Absorption, b 

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