Let’s Arise, Unite, and Stand Firm

Newspaper: Jewish Herald
posted on:
10 In dec 1974
Individuals - Chaim Weizmann, David Ben-Gurion, Moshe Sharett, Yitzchak Rabin. Democracy , Greater Land of Israel - Greater Israel. Knesset , Political Parties - Likud. Israeli-Palestinian Conflict - Palestinians. Peace , Foreign Policy - UN
Begin calls on General Rabin to fix the economic crisis he believes his party created. He expresses concern and disappointment that the Labor-dominated majority Knesset rejected the Likud's proposal to fix the economy. Begin stresses that he and the Likud party believe in their unalienable right to an unpartitioned Eretz Israel. However, there is anxiety looking forward to the future because General Rabin uses phrases like "Jordanian-Palestinian" State. Begin believes that it would be wrong to comply with the UN demand to evacuate Judea and Samaria. He calls upon the words of Ben Gurion and Chaim Weizmann to back up his opinion that the Jewish people have a right to all the land of Israel. He addresses General Rabin and the Cabinet and reminds them of the triumph of 30 years ago, and urges them to preserve Israel's security.