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Abe Hirschfeld on Foreign Policy

2004 former Builders Party Senate challenger (NY)


Real change to immigration policy for the Middle East

  1. All present residents of Israel shall have the right to be full-scale citizens of the State.
  2. All Palestinians throughout the world shall have the right of return as full-scale citizens. The Palestinians' return should be gradual and over a period of three to five years.
  3. All Jews throughout the world wishing to immigrate to Israel shall have the right to do so and to become full scale citizens.
  4. Human needs and ability of the State to absorb immigrants shall be the only ground for immigration policy.
  5. Jews and Palestinians alike will have the right to live in Israel as full-scale and co-equal citizens.
  6. All laws of the State shall apply and non-discriminately, without specifying any preferences in regard to religious sects or groups.
  7. All citizens residing in the State shall have equal rights in voting and representation in the new government; every citizen shall be free to practice his religion and belong to associations of his choice.
Source: Campaign website, abe2004.com May 11, 2004

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