Israel has had many opportunities to drive all Arabs out of the borders. They chose not to do it for primarily two reasons. One is perception. They want to be liked and they truely wanted to coexist with the Arabs and get along with them. And two, they wanted cheap labor. At one point the Arabs were like Mexicans are in America. They did all the work and all the construction.
There is a new apartment complex going up near where I live. I never see a White person over there. As far as I can see, it is 100% Mexicans. That is how it was with Arabs in Israel in the 70's. But it was calm and peaceful. Arabs used to be nannies for Israelies if you can believe that. That is unthinkable today.
Then, Jimmah Caatah came along and like any Liberal, decided to "fix" the world from his perspective, and basically f***ed up the whole M.E. He worked to convince the Arabs that they were 'agrieved', and convinced them that they need 'their' land back. Then he destroyed Iran, installed a vicious, brutal, totalitarian Islam regime and esentially ushered in the era of Islam terror and militancy, which we still live in today.
We are seeing the same thing happening in Germany, Britan, and America. Foreign nationals are invited in as cheap labor but then eventually become militant and dissatisfied, and then begin to demand 'special' rights. They then become a protected underclass, a consolidated group within a State, and then become a 5th column.
The current state of Israel demonstrates the culmination of this process. But this is where we are heading eventually.