- May 2014
Did the Zionists make any contingency plans about what to do with Israel's Arab population if the Arabs would've accepted the 1947 UN Partition Plan? The Arabs' rejection of this plan in real life and them starting and losing a war against Israel allowed Israel to solve its Arab demographic problem through mass expulsions and refusing to allow Arabs who voluntarily fled to return to their homes in Israel after the war. However, what if the Arabs would have accepted this partition plan? How would the Zionists have subsequently dealt with Israel's Arab demographic threat in the event that large-scale Jewish immigration from other countries would not have been enough to permanently deal with this demographic threat (due to much higher Israeli Arab birthrates in comparison to Israeli Jews)? What would the Zionists have then done?