http://www.jpost.com/Cooperations/Google/Default.aspx?q=yoram%20ettinger%20jerusalem%20post%20demographic%20implosion, October 26, 2008
The UN Population Division reports a sharp decline of fertility rates in Muslim countries, excluding Afghanistan and Yemen.
The Washington Jewish Week, July 25, 2008
According to Israel’s Central Bureau of Statistics, the annual number of Jewish births has increased by 40% between 1995 (80,400) and 2007 (112,543), while the annual number of “Green Line” Arab births has stabilized around 39,000 during the same period.
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3525885,00.html, March 26, 2008
Since 1948, many demographic doomsday projections have been crashed against the rocks of reality, due to erroneous demographic assumptions.
The demographic trend is Jewish, TV Ch#10, http://bit.ly/1yvfeLY, February 18, 2008
From 1995 the annual number of Arab birth, west of the Jordan River, has stabilized, while the annual number of Jewish births has surged.
Ynet (Hebrew edition only), February 10, 2008
In contrast with the 2007 Palestinian census, the accurate number of Judea & Samaria Arabs is 1.5MN, and not 2.3MN, and the number of Gaza Arabs is 1.1MN, and not 1.5MN.
Straight From The Jerusalem Cloakroom #211, January 11, 2008
The misled President G.W. Bush: “The Israelis have come to believe, that it's in their long-term interest that we work toward a Palestinian democracy [state], otherwise, the demographics will overwhelm the Israeli democracy.”
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3479497,00.html, December 03, 2007
Prime Minister Olmert contends that the Jewish State must retreat from Judea & Samaria, lest it share the fate of South Africa. He is mistaken and misleading!
Straight From The Jerusalem Cloakroom #203, April 12, 2007
The notion that Jews are doomed to become a minority between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean has been based on grossly erroneous assumptions.
"Makor Rishon" Weekly, March 19, 2007
According to a groundbreaking America-Israel Demographic Researcj Group study, there is no need to retreat from Judea & Samaria Jewish geography, in order to secure Jewish demography.
Ynet Hebrew edition, February 06, 2007
The argument that reducing Israel’s Jewish fertility rate (2.7.children per woman) would upgrade Israel’s economy is symptomatic of a short-term economic perception that jeopardizes long-term growth.