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bresponse to particularly critical events as they have occurred.

bThe Arabs of Eretz Yisrael are intelligent and good work- bers, and there is need in the West for those willing to do the bimportant but unsavory jobs that go begging for lack of local bhands. In addition, the shortage of skilled workers in particular bsections of the economy is acute, and a careful survey by Israel bof the peculiar needs of each Western country could lead to a btraining program for Arabs tailored to specific skills in demand bin the West.

bThere will be those who will refuse to leave willingly. They bwill be the worst of haters and the most dangerous of the Arabs, bthose whose transfer is most urgent. Their removal from the bcountry must be accomplished quickly and without hesitation. bThese Arabs will be transported to the Lebanese or the bHashemite Kingdom of Jordan, which joins all the rest in work- bing toward the elimination of Israel.

b“But what will the world say!”

bThat is the question that makes Jews tremble. What will bthe world say? They will condemn Israel universally. And to- bday, of course, they love her. . . .

bDear Jew, look about you; listen. The voices you hear and bthe hate-filled faces you see are those that prove the wisdom of bthe rabbis who, millennia ago, pronounced: “It is law; know— bEssau hates Jacob.” The coat of Jew hatred is of many colors, bwoven in jealousy, produced in deeply ingrained primeval emo- btions, now stretching from Mexico to Korea. It is a magical coat. bIt expands to hold people of all colors and creeds; First, Second, bThird and Twelfth Worlds; Communists and Nazis; Soviets and bChinese; Vietnamese and Cambodians; Ayotollah Muslims and bVatican Christians. It is an ecumenical miracle, bringing the bworst of enemies together under the unifying banner of Jew ha- btred.

bLet those who fear the gentile world’s anger and condemna- btion know that even without this program Israel faces, in the byears to come, international hatred, viciousness, and threat such bas no nation, not even South Africa, has encountered. There is bnothing Israel can do about this; for the demands of the world are essential- bly nothing less than the disappearance of Israel. Nothing that Israel does bor does not do affects this hatred. It is a pathological hate that has its broots in the existence of the Jew. If the nations feel that they can, b 

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