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   I. We are neo-Nazis who strive for the complete destruction of Israel and of the Jewish people. We think this destruction can be achieved in total, even if it is implemented in stages. Accordingly, we have prepared a master plan for achieving our goal of Israel’s annihilation:
 
      1. Israel must withdraw as a first step to its pre-1967 border and it must set up an independent Palestinian state in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip.
 
      2. Hamas must then be the party in control of the West Bank and Gaza Strip.
 
      3. Israel must refrain from all retaliation against Palestinians, no matter what.
 
      4. Israel must conduct negotiations even while under fire.
 
      5. Israel must never retaliate for rockets being fired into the Negev.
 
      6. Israel must end all attempts at assassinating Palestinian leaders or militia commanders.
 
      7. Israel must institute affirmative action preferences to ensure that Arabs hold positions of power in all areas.
 
      8. Israel must release all imprisoned Arab terrorists and murderers without any conditions.
 
      9. Israel must turn the Golan Heights over to Syria and allow the Syrian military to take up positions there.
 
      10. Israel must never attack Hizbullah under any circumstances.
 
      11. Israel must unilaterally foreswear development and use of nuclear weapons.
 
      12. Israel must refrain from using any weapons that are controversial, such as cluster bombs.
 
      13. Israel must remove all Jewish symbols from its flag and national anthem.
 
      14. Israel must agree to an unrestricted “right of return” for Arabs wishing to return to pre-1967 Israel.
 
      15. Israel must set up an Arab-language university for its Arab student population, in which Arab nationalism will be the focus of instruction.
 
 
      II. We are Israeli professors committed to a compassionate peace. We want an end to the Middle East conflict. We believe in peace, justice and equality. We are patriots who just want a fair and peaceful resolution to the Middle East’s problems. Accordingly, we have prepared a master plan for achieving our goal:
 
      1. Israel must withdraw as a first step to its pre-1967 border and it must set up an independent Palestinian state in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip.
 
      2. Hamas must then be the party in control of the West Bank and Gaza Strip.
 
      3. Israel must refrain from all retaliation against Palestinians, no matter what.
 
      4. Israel must conduct negotiations even while under fire.
 
      5. Israel must never retaliate for rockets being fired into the Negev.
 
      6. Israel must end all attempts at assassinating Palestinian leaders or militia commanders.
 
      7. Israel must institute affirmative action preferences to ensure that Arabs hold positions of power in all areas.
 
      8. Israel must release all imprisoned Arab terrorists and murderers without any conditions.
 
      9. Israel must turn the Golan Heights over to Syria and allow the Syrian military to take up positions there.
 
      10. Israel must never attack Hizbullah under any circumstances.
 
      11. Israel must unilaterally foreswear development and use of nuclear weapons.
 
      12. Israel must refrain from using any weapons that are controversial, such as cluster bombs.
 
      13. Israel must remove all Jewish symbols from its flag and national anthem.
 
      14. Israel must agree to an unrestricted “right of return” for Arabs wishing to return to pre-1967 Israel.
 
      15. Israel must set up an Arab-language university for its Arab student population, in which Arab nationalism will be the focus of instruction.
 

      Steven Plaut is a professor at Haifa University. His book “The Scout” is available at Amazon.com. He can be contacted at steveneplaut@yahoo.com.

About the Author: Steven Plaut is a professor at the University of Haifa. He can be contacted at steveneplaut@yahoo.com.


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