Israel – Post 2

It was built as a haven for Jews at a time when no country wanted them. A desperate attempt to save the remnant of an ancient people and religion. It was built on one central premise: survival.

Nothing about that has really changed. Although the fundamental need to ensure the Jewish people’s survival seems to get bogged down in the myriad of issues this country has.

So what increases a group’s chance of survival? Ability to defend itself. Mutually beneficial relations with it’s potential biggest threats. Education. Written records. Wealth. Numbers.

The size of the population has to be the biggest factor of these. A big population of anything rarely needs to fear annihilation.

Israel needs more Jews. Astronomical birth rates are not the answer, any other country can do this. Jews still make up less than 1% of the world population. If Israel is serious about pure survival, it needs to welcome with open arms anyone who dares to join the minority that is the Jewish people.

Published by theundercoverjewess

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