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Tuesday, February 09, 2010

Haaretz tries to cover up poll results: Jews don't believe demographic threat

I received the following emailed press release from Moshe Feiglin's Manhigut Yehudit (Jewish Leadership) faction of the Likud.
A poll conducted last week for Haaretz by the Dialog company provided the publication – otherwise known as the official organ of the leftist Israeli establishment - with a statistical nightmare. Despite skewing the main question in an attempt to produce results which demonstrate that Israelis think that pulling out of Jewish cities and towns in Judea and Samaria would lead to peace, the results proved otherwise, throwing Haaretz into a frenzy of censorship.

The February 2nd poll of 491 Israelis, including Israeli Arabs, asked the clumsy question: "May our continued presence in the territories lead to a bi-national state?” (A bi-national state meaning a state of all of her citizens – with at least roughly 50% Arab population - devoid of all Jewish identity.) The result, “Yes – 28%, No – 53%”, was not reported in the English-language version of Haaretz at all. In the Hebrew version of Haaretz the poll result, so counter to the mantra of the Left, was presented in tables but not discussed at all in the text.

Apparently the editors of Haaretz do not want English-speaking readers to find out that, despite extensive leftist brainwashing by the media, Israelis do not buy into the demographic demon. They understand that continued Israeli presence in Judea and Samaria will not tip the demographic scales in favor of the Arabs and will not turn Israel into a bi-national state with an Arab majority.

The effort by Haaretz to hide this result from Hebrew readers and completely erase it from the information available to English readers lays bare the agenda of its editors to frighten the Jewish people into throwing away their Divinely-given inheritance of the Land of Israel.

The main reason given by Ariel Sharon for expelling 10,000 Jews from Gaza five years ago was this same “demographic threat”. As Haaretz would like to see a repeat of this expulsion of Jews take place in Judea and Samaria, they need to keep the demographic bogeyman in the forefront of everyone’s minds.

The more that Israelis understand that there is no demographic threat, the more they will oppose the "two-state solution", which they already reflexively understand will only lead to disaster.

Manhigut Yehudit, the Jewish Leadership faction of the Likud, encourages the public to familiarize themselves with the work of Ambassador Yoram Ettinger and others who have thoroughly debunked the alleged demographic threat to the Jewish State.

For a summary of Ambassador Ettinger’s demographic study:

I've discussed Ambassador Ettinger's study many times on this blog. You can't fool all of the people all of the time. Haaretz's and the Left's time to fool people may be running out.


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