THEY MUST GO BOOK
Among the many literatures that were recommended to me this summer while conducting field research in Israel was this book: They Must Go. They Must Go was written in while Rabbi Meir Kahane was jailed in Ramie Prison by . It is in order to convince the Jew of this that I have written this book. (Front Cover)HOW LONG CAN ISRAEL SURVIVE ITS MALIGNANT AND GROWING ARAB POPULATION?THEY MUST GOBY RABBI MEIR.
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They Must Go Hardcover – October 1, Rabbi Kahane's book is easy to read and comprehend. I say "almost all" because Rabbi Kahane saw the Arab demographic threat as impending, when in fact, it panned out. They Must Go [Rabb Meir Kahane] on cittadelmonte.info *FREE* shipping on qualifying "This is a daring, delightful, and transformative book." ―Arianna Huffington. They Must Go book. Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Remarkably, nearly a quarter of a century after being written, this boo.
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There Abraham purchased the cave of Machpela, and there the Patriarchs and Matriarchs of the nation were buried. Hebron was the city given unto Caleb, the son of Jephune, for his faith in God. There David ruled as King for seven years before going to Jerusalem, and there Jews and Judaism were entwined for 3, years. The Palestinian word is derived from the ancient Palestinians, the name of a non-Jewish group residing in the small region of South Beach called Phylista.
This is likely to refer to the Palestinians. In the Roman period, the Jewish area included most of Israel and the territory of Palestine. From the Byzantine period, the Byzantine borders of Plastina 1st and 2nd were used to refer to the geographic region between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea.
Years passed long and Abraham got old in age and God gave him Ismail mother: Hagar, they lived in Macca and after a period gave him Isaac mother: Sara and then Jacob was born from Isaac.
The first house was placed for the people, which is blessed and blessed to the worlds. Abraham and Isaac rebuilt the Sacred House; there is no argument on that for sure. He was blessed to have 12 sons, most notable Joseph; who lived in Egypt. If you have read the story of Prophet Joseph, you would legalize that they were living near the border of Egypt when his brothers left him and when he reunited with his family later on, Jacob and his sons relocated to Egypt to be with Joseph.
Moses stayed for long time in Midian and decided to come back to Egypt with his family wife. The revelation was given to Prophet somewhere between Egypt and Canaan at the valley shore, near the Red Sea.
We all know what happened to Egyptian during the time of Pharaoh. Moses and his people departure to the sea inspired by God , and were saved from oppression.
Enter this city and eat from it wherever you will in [ease and] abundance. The similar verse has been mentioned in Quran twice, once to Adam when they entered to Paradise and second time to Moses while entering Midian. That means the land was temporary place to stay. Together with David, they fought their first battle against Goliath Commander of the Canaanites. They won and entered the Holy Land Jerusalem. The kingdom was shifted to David.
When King Solomon replaced David: He said, "My Lord, forgive me and grant me a kingdom such as will not belong to anyone after me.
Indeed, You are the Bestower. The construction material consisted of copper, glass and other materials other than stones, and it included niches, statues, small copper pots, and huge water basins or ponds made of Copper, jewels and treasures of pearls, coral, etc. And We caused the people who had been oppressed to inherit the eastern regions of the land and the western ones, which We had blessed.
That means they owned it and were residents after the expiration of the years of prohibition forty years. Joel 3: The three prophets were sent in succession and held each other, long after the death of Solomon; historians estimate that the period between Solomon and Jesus was more than years. But is it [not] that every time a messenger came to you, [O Children of -Jacon-Israel], with what your souls did not desire, you were arrogant?
And a party [of messengers] you denied and another party you killed. For those who fight against God and His Messenger, and who seek to corrupt the earth, it is only that they are killed or hanged, or that their hands the right and the feet their left are cut off one by one, or from They will be exiled to their land, this is their scandal in the world, and in the Hereafter will have great chastisement.
They were punished with the divine decree: And We divided them throughout the earth into nations. Of them some were righteous, and of them some were otherwise. And We tested them with good [times] and bad that perhaps they would return [to obedience]. If you believe you are right and you need to defend your right, Allah has kept ways and indeed massacre is not one of them. After massacre, all survivors left the city and the Jewish community moved to Jerusalem.
In , an attempt was made to establish a Jewish community of Hebron again but all Jew left the city once more in following the resumption of tension between Muslems and Jews in Palestine. Arthur James Balfour; a British Political man who had a vision to establish a national homeland for Jews in Palestine. He was impressed by the personality of Zionist leader: He treated as a force that can influence international foreign policy, particularly its ability to persuade US President Wilson to participate in World War I alongside Britain.
He issued his vision known as Balfour Declaration in His letter was sent a month before the British army occupied Palestine. If you have read the letter, you will notice; 1. The Government that made the promise will not only be satisfied with the wishes but will do its utmost to facilitate the achievement of this goal.
A promise that will not harm the interests of non-Jewish groups residing in Palestine or the interests of Jewish groups that do not wish to contribute to the Zionist project, but would like to continue to enjoy their social integration and mobility.
The promise did not talk about how to guarantee these rights! He concluded: The result will be bloody conflict. If we hope to avoid this terrible result, there is only one path for us to take: For Arabs and Jews of Eretz Yisrael there is only one answer: Only separation. There is an ultimate insoluble contradiction between the State of Israel that is the fulfillment of the 2,year-old Jewish-Zionist dream and the modern nation-state that sees all its citizens as possessing equal rights and privileges.
There is an ultimately immutable clash between that part of Israel's Declaration of Independence that created the Jewish state and the part that promised "complete equality of social and political rights to all its citizens," even though they be Arabs and not Jews. There is—let it be said once and for all—a potential confrontation between the Jewish-Zionist state that was the millennial dream of the Jewish people and modern concepts of democracy and citizenship.
We are pained, embarrassed, thrown into intellectual agony. We hasten to avoid such talk. It is unnecessary, dangerous, irresponsible, better left unspoken. Far better to meet the issue, deal with it boldly and courageously, explain it to our children and ourselves, than to have it explode in our faces tomorrow. There is nothing for which the Jew need apologize. A people that has suffered ecumenical agony and that has been deprived of the rights that other nations demand for themselves owes no one an explanation.
The Middle East sees Islamic republics in which the Arabic quality and the Muslim character of the state are inscribed in the constitution; who shouts about Arabic "racism"? Africans insist upon the blackness of their state, and exclusiveness of culture and identity are the foundations of scores of nations. Who apologizes? The Zionist state is Judaism, the need for a land of the Jews where the people can escape Holocaust and build a distinctive Jewishness that will flourish.
The very kernel of Jewish longing for a homeland through nearly 2, years of exile was the belief that the Jews were a separate and distinct people. In a world in which we recognize the right of self-determination for Papua , who will challenge Jewish rights? Moreover, the Jews constituted a unique people in that they were at one and the same time a religion and a nation, a religio-nation, which had lived as a unique society and culture in its own land—Eretz Yisrael.
On the one hand they suffered unparalleled horrors and massacres in their wanderings in foreign lands. They knew no peace in any country in which their numbers grew large and their quality shone through. There was no society, religion, or economic or social system that gave them permanent haven and rest. Jews were burned to death, drowned, cut to pieces, converted to death, Inquisitioned to death, Crusaded to death, Islamized to death, pogromed to death, and Auschwitzed to death.
The Jews learned a bitter lesson in their twenty centuries of being strangers, of existing as a minority. The lesson? It is not good to be a stranger. Never be a minority. Never again! As impolite as it may sound, the Jews learned, after rivers of blood, not to trust to the tolerance and mercies and hospitality of others.
They no longer wished to rely on the armies and the police and the swords of others to protect them from holocausts. Enough of being strangers. The Jews wanted to live. The Jews wanted their own armies, their own protection, their own home. If the Arab is unhappy about this one can understand.
It is never easy to be a lodger in someone else's home. But his unhappiness will not be resolved, for the Jew will not turn a lodger into an owner. If the Arab would rather live in his own home and atmosphere, he is welcome in any of the twenty-plus Arab states that exist. Israel cannot, and morally dare not, change its Jewish character.
For Israel to change that Jewish character would be to turn those who created it on the basis of the Jewish historical right into liars and thieves. It would be more than admitting that "Jewishness" was used in the past only in order to take away Arab land. It would be a cynical slap in the face to world Jewry which gave of its energies, funds, and in many cases, lives for the dream of a Jewish state.
It would be a despicable cutting off of all obligations to oppressed and persecuted Jews who see in today's Israel their trustee and defender. The Israeli who was once in need of a home and who found it in a state that was pledged to help him would now—no longer in need—selfishly cut the lifeline for others.
The Jew has no moral right to an Israel that is a non-Jewish state.
But in a Jewish state let no one insult the Arab by insisting that he is equal and that it is "his" state, too. It is this ultimate contradiction between the Jewish character of Israel and the democratic right of the Arab to aspire to all the rights that Jews have—including to have an Arab majority in the land—that will never give the Arab rest or allow him to accept the status quo.
After his six-month detention in , Kahane resumed his political activities with great enthusiasm. He formed a right-wing political party called Kach. The Kach political goal was to establish a Jewish state in Israel for Orthodox Jews, those who followed a strict interpretation of the Torah, the Jewish holy book.
They Must Go
Kahane spoke of the removal of Arabs from Israel as an apocalypse, or event that would end the rule of evil on earth. Kahane drew critics within Israel as well as from the international community.
Calling his views racist, some compared his policies to those promoted by the Nazi Party in Germany in the s and s, which oversaw the Holocaust. But Kahane also gained supporters.
In he won a seat in the Israeli Knesset, or legislature. His victory spurred a national debate about whether or not Israel was a state made up of racists. Were Israelis really unable to compromise with Arabs as Kahane so strongly believed? As his critics worried, Kahane gained more political support. By polls indicated that his Kach Party had almost 6 percent of the vote, enough to seize a good deal of power in the Knesset.
But before the elections, the Israeli Supreme Court removed Kahane from his Knesset seat and banned the Kach Party from the vote, claiming that the party was racist and anti-democratic. Nevertheless, Kahane continued on his same path, speaking out even more frequently about the removal of Arabs from Israel as the only real way to secure a Jewish state.
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