Israel Will Yet Be Wholly Free

Newspaper: Jewish Herald
posted on:
12 In sept 1952
Underground - British Mandate. Individuals - David Ben-Gurion, Moshe Sharett. States - Egypt. Foreign Policy - Fundamentals of Foreign Policy. Government , Greater Land of Israel - Greater Israel, Transjordan. Peace , Peace Agreements , Aliyah - Return to Zion. Diaspora - The Jewish Agency. Security - War of Independence
Begin speaks about the liberation of the Homeland in its entirety. He first emphasizes the mutually exclusivity between the concentration of the Jewish nation and the liberation of the Homeland. He talks about the Jewish Agency's efforts to partition the Homeland. Begin then focuses on what needs to happen to liberate the rest of the Homeland. The conditions are the desire to liberate and political circumstances. He shifts his attention to David Ben Gurion's and Moshe Sharett's method of foreign policy. Begin argues that they and the Government "persist in the belief that diplomacy is identified not with wisdom but with bluff…" This threatens the potential for the Homeland to be completely liberated, and therefore, it is up to the people of Israel to hold on strongly to the hope for freedom.