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August 30, 2019
Incentivized emigration: An idea whose time has come?
In order to allow non-belligerent Gazans to extricate themselves from their existing humanitarian crisis, they should be offered generous relocation grants to allow them and their dependents the opportunity to seek more prosperous and secure lives elsewhere.
June 18, 2019
The ‘demographic time bomb’ is a dud
There may be valid reasons for Israel to desire disengagement from the disputed territories, but the demographic threat of an Arab majority isn’t one of them.
March 31, 2019
Gaza disaster foretold
As recent history has demonstrated, Israel can only determine who rules Gaza if it rules it itself. For even if Hamas is toppled, there is no guarantee that its successor will be any less irksome.
February 3, 2019
Benny Morris: An unlikely proponent of incentivized Arab emigration
There is a policy paradigm that addresses both geographic perils of the two-state and the demographic perils of the one-state.
January 27, 2019
The emerging inevitability of the Palestinian paradigm
The dismantling of UNRWA, the naturalization of stateless Palestinian residents in Arab countries and the emigration of Palestinians from Judea-Samaria and Gaza are slowly emerging as realistic outcomes.
July 11, 2018
Rethinking the notion of incentivized Arab emigration
There is considerable evidence, both statistical and anecdotal, indicating a desire among widespread segments of the Arab population in Judea-Samaria (and Gaza) to seek a more secure and prosperous future elsewhere, even without there being any purposeful policy to provide tempting tangible inducements to emigrate.