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bthey will move against Israel, no matter how “kind” the Jewish bstate is to her Arabs. If they understand Israel’s fierce deter- bmination to use all its deadly weapons against whatever enemy bdares to come against her, they will limit themselves to raving.

bIsrael took in the Jews from the Arab lands; it will give bthem Arabs from the one Jewish land: an exchange of popu- blations; separation for peace.

bIn the end, let the Jew forever bear in mind two things. The bfirst is that Israel has no choice. To sit and allow the Arabs to grow band destroy Israel from within is unthinkable. Let the Jew never bforget the utter and complete hatred of the Arabs for Israel and btheir determination to destroy her. It may take years, decades, bcenturies—the Arab will wait. He will use every possible means, bbut he is obsessed. It was always so, from the beginning of Zion- bism. It is so today. It will be so tomorrow. Remember the voices: b“Today I am in the minority. The state is democratic. Who says that in bthe year 2000 we Arabs will still be the minority? . . . Today, I accept the bfact that this is a Jewish state with an Arab minority. But when we are bthe majority I will not accept the fact of a Jewish state with an Arab bmajority” (the teacher Na’ama Saud at the Israeli village of bAraba).

bIs the Jew prepared to sacrifice his only state on the altar of bthe democracy the Arabs will use to destroy Israel?

bAnd another voice, that of one of the most famous Arab bscholars in his classic 1938 work The Arab Awakening. Thus wrote b“Palestinian” George Antonius: “The logic of facts is inex- borable. It shows that no room can be made in Palestine for a bsecond nation except by dislodging or exterminating the nation bin possession.”

bThat is what the Arabs believe and have in mind for us. bNever. There is no room for a second nation in Eretz Yisrael. bThe Arabs must leave. We have no choice, for it is either they or bthe Jews. It will not be the Jews.

bOn the day following the Land Day Rebellion in 1976, bMaariv reporter Menachem Talmi (April 2, 1976) reported a bconversation between two Jews whose cars had been halted near bthe Arab village of Kfar Kassem by an Arab roadblock. One of bthe men said that the only way to deal with the Arabs was with bforce. The other replied that with such an attitude “we will nev- ber reach understanding and settlement with the Arabs.”

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