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bIt is instructive to listen to the reply of the first Jew: “Don’t bworry, my friend, they have no desire at all to reach understand- bing and settlement with you. What they want is to see you swim- bming in the sea. They say it openly, but we don’t want to bhear.

b“There were two villages here in the Triangle, Miski and bTira. All the gangs used to come from there to attack the Sharon bplain. We wiped Miski off the map but spared Tira. I have no bidea why. The members of Kibbutz Ramat Hakovesh, who ate bdung because of them as far back as 1936 and later in the War bof Independence, pleaded that they should be expelled after they bwere captured. But no one listened to them. Now the Arabs bthere ‘thank us.’ They throw stones at and burn police cars.”

bThis is a simple Jew who understands that there will be no b“understanding and settlement,” that only the transfer of the bArabs out of the country will save us heartbreak. That it is either bthey or we. That it cannot and will not be the Jews.

bAnd the second reply to frightened Jews. What has happened to byou? Have you forgotten who the Jewish people are? Have you bnot the slightest idea of the historical destiny and immutability bof the State of Israel? Have you become so gentilized that you so butterly forget the G-d of Israel?

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