Published on: 2013-11-25 @ 18:29
Attention Minister Avigdor Lieberman
Attention Mr Secretary of State , John Kerry
We hereby appeal to you in connection with the ongoing pressure on the Israeli government by the international community, which, using various methods (boycott, increasing intolerance towards Israel and Jews, etc.) tends to force it to the elimination of settlements in Judea and Samaria to accelerate the creation of the Palestinian state on these territories.
Dear Mr John Kerry, you certainly are aware of documents and decisions on the polity of the former Ottoman territory of Palestine. David Ben-Gurion once declared “On the basis of international, historical and natural law, the earth and the country of Israel is an indivisible property of the Jewish people living in the world and not a single Prime Minister has the right to give any inch of this land! We insist on the fact that this situation persisted and no international public opinion or pressure could change this position.”
Fully sharing and supporting this position by David Ben Gurion, we believe that the Israeli government has the authority to speak on behalf of all Jews only when it controls or at least claims the entire territory of the former Ottoman Palestine.
Dear Mr John Kerry, you might not know about this statement of the first Prime Minister of Israel but you should be familiar with the London Declaration on Combating Anti-Semitism signed on 25.02.2009. Declaration draws attention to the resurgence of anti-Semitism in politics, international relations and in society as well as the dramatic increase in reported hate crimes against Jews.
Unfortunately, the acceptance of the Declaration was only endorsed by 400 state and public figures from 40 countries (half were members of Australian Parliament). This indicates at both the latent anti-Semitism and fear to speak out against this shameful phenomenon in today’s world.
In such circumstances, it is a crime to put pressure on Israel to have abandoned areas designated for the Jewish people and thus deprive them of the possibility of finding a refuge from the growing anti-Semitism in today’s living. The recent reports of rising anti-Semitic incidents in France by 58 per cent, in Belgium by30 per cent and in Denmark by100% may serve as a confirmation.
And in case if you, Mr Kerry, have not signed this Declaration, you have no moral right to participate in the preparation of negotiations on Judea and Samaria and in deciding on the matter. If the declaration bears your signature then together with the Government of Israel you take the full measure of responsibility before all Jewish people to preserve the specified territories for them.
We also believe that we should stop talking and writing “Palestinians” and start talking aloud and write ARABS . In accordance with the BENCHMARK DOCUMENTS, we believe Jerusalem, Judea and Samaria should be recognized by the world community as a territory for settlement by Jews under the jurisdiction of the State of Israel.
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Karl Abraham, Germany
Mark Avrutin, executive director of the public movement ” International support for Israel “, Germany
Boris Altshuler, MD, chairman of the society «Deutsche Aschkenas-Gesellschaft»
Leonid Berdichevsky, chairman lit. Club of the Jewish Community of Berlin
Moisey Boroda, PhD, Associate Professor. Fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation , Germany
Helen Greenberg, a member of the Union of Journalists of Ukraine
Leonid Eylman, Ph.D., author and historian, USA
Zozulina Irina, Moscow, Russia , teacher
Kapelnitsky Sergei, candidate of physical and mathematical sciences, senior researcher, physicist,
Faina Karanovic, Germany
Yan Kvashnik, Germany
Konstantin Kerbel, Germany
Vladimir Lubanovsky, Ph.D. , Germany
Joseph Malkiel, Germany
Vladimir Pevzner, Ph.D. , Australia
Angela Podolsky, Germany
Sergei Pyshnyi, Germany
Tatiana Ustinskaya, Germany
Nahum Faydgel, Germany
Bronislava Furmanova, Germany
Arthur Stilman, USA, former Metropolitan Opera soloist
Tatiana Stilman , USA, former teacher Harlem School of the Arts
David Janowski, Germany
Lily Yanovska, Germany
Khaykin, Oleksandr, Germany
Ifraimov, Albert, Germany
Mirkin, Vladimir, Germany
Zabolovski, Felix, Germany
Yudoviych, Borys, Germany
Ashurov, Alexander, Germany
Solomonovs, Samuils, Germany
Dobrovetski, Alexander, Germany
Lewin, Anatoli, Germany
Finkelstein, Mihail, Germany
Freydlin, Leyba, Germany
Suchman, Jakov, Germany
Burbaickij, Vladimir, Germany
Kats, Arkadiy, Germany
Scholz, Michael, Germany
Opeskin, Alexander, Germany
Frankfurt, Leo, Germany
Skalnik, Viktor, Germany
Sokolski, Semen, Germany
Epchtein, Lew, Germany
Mints, Yuri, Germany
Nikiforov, Vladimir, Germany
Dunavetsky, Michael, Germany
Kuznetsov, Matvey, Germany
Victor Yelistratov, USA
Israel Melamud, USA
Gitel Melamud, USA
Lotseva Nadezhda, Russia
Edward Chayka , USA