The Jerusalem Post
Recipe for Muslim majority
In “Israeli Arabs affected by the family reunification law” (July 3), Lana Khatib says, “We live life on the edge. We can’t plan a future as other families can.”
Sure, they can. Just not in Israel. There is a huge Arab and Islamic world out there (1.6 billion Muslims and almost two dozen Muslim states). Every family should be able to select somewhere they can be together.
Were Israel to accept every Arab that marries an Israeli to live in Israel, millions of arranged marriages will be announced. The PA plan to turn Israel into a Muslim-majority country will succeed within a decade.
This is not in Israel’s interest.