We received news from reliable sources in the Middle East that a new, far right anti-Palestinian group called CET (Champions of Ethical Tolerance) has been founded and increasing in popularity every day. Their views are spreading from Israel to Europe and America and beyond, and are especially taking hold in conservative areas. Their goal is simple: destroy any Palestinian state institutions and deny the Palestinian Arab people their right of self determination using economic and diplomatic pressure and collective punishment under the guise of "human rights" and "justice." Their leaders recently spoke at an anti-Palestinian conference, and this is what some of them said:
"Going to the two-state solution was never a moral solution to start with."
- Yousef Cohen, group founder, currently living and working in Hebron.
"Our solution means a unitary state where, by definition, Arabs will be a minority."
- Yousef Cohen, group founder
"Winning the Six Day war doesn't mean anything if it doesn't mean upending the nation of Palestine itself...CET does mean the end of the Palestinian state."
- Abraham Rabinowitz, pro-CET author
"CET represents three words that will bring about the defeat of Arab Palestine and victory for Israel."
- Ronnie Levi
"Palestine was Israel, and there is no reason it should be not renamed Israel."
- Alan Cohen
"The real aim of CET is to bring down the people of Palestine. That should be stated as an unambiguous goal. There should be not be any equivocation on the subject. Justice and freedom for the Jews are incompatible with the existence of a State of Palestine."
- Jonathan Ben-Eliezer
"Peace-or better yet, justice-cannot be achieved without a total decolonization (one can say de-Arabization) of Eretz Israel."
- Harold Smith, CET activist
"If our goals are met, you would not have a two state solution, you would have an Israel next to an Israel."
- Alan Cohen
Click the link below for evidence of this group operating in your city and university!
The truth, of course, is that no such group as "CET" exists. The quotes above are taken almost word for word from the speeches of members of the BDS movement. If you wouldn't support a group like CET, why would you support a group like BDS?