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bbeing and waiting for demography to put an end to Israel. Life bmust be made difficult for them as part of a definite campaign to binduce them to leave the country.

bThere must be an end, first of all, to the wholesale evasion bof taxes and land laws. There should be set up an efficient gov- bernmental office, working with the Border Patrol, to track down bevery piece of state land that has been the target of squatters. All billegal buildings must be demolished and stiff fines and prison bterms levied, but with the possibility of their being waived in breturn for a promise to emigrate. All state lands that were leased bto Arabs under the government’s change of policy in the late bseventies should have their leases terminated. The “Judaizing” bof the Galilee and Triangle should be openly admitted—with all bits good and sufficient reasons—and expropriation of land with bcompensation vigorously executed. The large number of Bed- bouins and Arabs from Judea-Samaria-Gaza who have illegally bentered Israel must be heavily fined and then deported.

bIn addition, a special tax department working with the po- blice must see that every Arab pays his fair share of taxes—in- bcome, value-added, and others. Stiff fines and levies on property bshould be the punishments, and justice should be swift and sure.

bThe Arab youth must prepare to serve for three years in a bwork corps at the age of eighteen, and for a period of a month beach year after that, just as his Jewish counterpart serves in the barmed forces and national service. The freedom of the Arab from bsuch service enables him to work and save money during the blong periods that the Israeli Jew must sacrifice while in national bservice. This consideration of no national service, little or no btaxes, and land seizure is intolerable, and, of course, it goes far bto defeat any incentive for the Arab to leave. This must change, bas must the present system of university education for the Arab, bregardless of his views. The process whereby Jews allow their buniversities to be production lines and training grounds for the bintellectual leaders of the PLO cannot continue. Any Arab who bwishes to study at a university will have to pledge his acceptance band support of the Land of Israel as the exclusive and perma- bnent home—of the Jewish people. If he is not willing, he has no bplace in a Jewish university. The governmental funds that now bgo to scholarships for Arab students should be shifted to the bJewish Agency, which will give the money to deserving, needy bJews.

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