Between April 12 and April 30, 2015 a new Israeli government will adopt new policy guidelines for the new governing coalition. Besides Iran, the new Israeli government must cope with following challenges of the Palestinian Arab reality.
- The PLO charter of war to destroy Israel remains unchanged.
- Although the PLO signed the Oslo ”Declaration of Principles” with Israel in 1993, with an explicit promise to recognize Israel, denounce terrorism and cancel its charter to destroy Israel, the PLO never cancelled its charter and never ratified the ”Declaration of Principles”
- The PLO set up the Palestinian Authority (PA) to implement its policies.
- The PA and PLO support policies to keep descendants of refugees from the 1948 war in UNRWA facilities, promising “right of return” to villages that existed before 1948.
- The PA has established a new school system to promote ”values” of Jihad, martryrdom, and the right to liberate Palestine, all of Palestine, by force of arms.
- The PA exports these “values” around the world, especially on campuses, by financing Israel Apartheid Week and BDS.
- The PA fostered a ”murder incentive program” to pay those who kill Jews.
A new government could condition relations with the PLO/ PA on the following principles:
- Cancellation of the PLO charter to destroy Israel.
- PLO/PA Ratification of the Oslo “declaration of principles”.
- Cancellation of the current PA curriculum.
- Cessation of the “Right of Return” policy promoted by UNRWA and the PA.
- Termination of the PA “Murder Incentive Fund” to pay those who kill Jews.
- An end to PA support for ISRAEL APARTHEID WEEK and BDS.
PLO/PA/UNRWA policies are hardly reported in any media outlet, even in Israel.
PLO/PA/UNRWA policies are not known to the public at large, anywhere in Israel.
Arousing Israeli public interest to demand that the new Israeli government to confront hostile PA/PLO/UNRWA policies is therefore not easy.