“Israel Hayom”, http://bit.ly/1a5W1VD, October 04, 2013
From a minority of 9% and 39% in 1897 and 1948, respectively, in the combined area of Judea, Samaria and “pre-1967 Israel,” Jews have surged to a 66% majority in 2013, benefitting from a robust tailwind of fertility and immigration.
“Israel Hayom”, http://bit.ly/16BnlKH , April 05, 2013
In defiance of demographic projections, Israel's Jewish fertility rate of three births per woman is higher than any Arab country other than Yemen, Iraq and Jordan.
A six page document by Prof. Roberto Bacchi, Hebrew University, 1944, April 04, 2013
According to the best case scenario, in 2001, there will be 2.3 million Jews and 4.4 million Arabs in the Land of Israel - a 34% Jewish minority.
Shimon Dubnov, a leading Jewish demographer/histor
Public Letters on Ancient and Modern Judaism (1897-1907), Sixth Letter (March 1898), February 03, 2013
A sizeable Jewish population- in Palestine, is impossible, politically, socially and economically… (p. 169).
Palestine Central Bureau of Statistics, http://www.pcbs.org/phc_97/phc_covr.aspx, February 03, 2013
The de-facto approach [of counting only residents who are present during the census] was adopted with some exceptions.
“Israel Hayom”, http://bit.ly/RcqV6L, October 19, 2012
Jewish majority west of the Jordan River is secure, benefitting from a tailwind in defiance of conventional “wisdom,” which once again is detached from reality.
Dr. Emmanuel Navon, Tel Aviv U and Herzliya's IDC
, August 14, 2012
Since proponents of the “two-state solution” were so wrong about peace, why assume that they are so right about demography?
Dr. Nicholas Eberstadt and Apoorva Shah
Hoover Institute, Stanford University, http://bit.ly/L4FLKp Policy Review #173, June 01, 2012
Throughout the Ummah, or worldwide Muslim community, fertility levels are falling dramatically for countries and subnational populations.
“Israel Hayom”, http://bit.ly/KDDExS, June 01, 2012
The dramatic Westernization of Muslim demographics contrasts conventional “wisdom.” It requires the re-thinking of economic, social and national security assumptions and the re-evaluation of related policy.
"Israel Hayom" http://bit.ly/I9Irku, April 13, 2012
Global economic, social and educational circumstances provide Israel with a window of opportunity for 500,000 Olim, during the next decade.