Arameans and Annexation

There is not only an alliance but a covenant of blood between the Jewish nation and the Aramean nation and the goal is to establish a liberal-democratic Aramean Christian state (Aram) in the northern Levant that will be strategically, economically, politically and militarily aligned with Israel. As part of Israel’s liberation of Syria and Lebanon following Hezbollah’s all-out assault on Israeli cities with 150 000 rockets and missiles, some of them fitted with chemical warheads, after the joint Israeli-American destruction of the Iranian nuclear weapons program, will Israel also annex Median Jewish (Alawite and Druze) regions of Syria and Lebanon. However, many Arameans live in those areas and will thus become part of Israel. 

Israel should as part of its covenant with the Aramean people also annex neighboring Aramean areas as adjacent to Druze and Alawite regions in Syria and Lebanon as well as Aramean areas adjacent to existing Israel itself. Arameans generally have low fertility rates and their areas should be welcomed within Israel’s new borders. Annexing Aramean areas in southern Lebanon will allow for Israeli territorial contiguity between the Druze region in the southern Anti-Lebanon mountain range and the Druze region of the extended Chouf region. There should be a mutual territorial intersection so as to also allow for territorial contiguity between Syria and the southern Lebanon Shia region that will become part of PYD-run Syria.

Israel should also draw up plans for trilingual education for Arameans in extended Israel in Aramaic, Arabic and Hebrew with Aramaic increasingly becoming the main medium of instruction as well as bilingual education for Alawites and Druze in Hebrew and Arabic with Hebrew with time becoming the main medium of instruction.

Published by Daniella Bartfeld

Daniella Bartfeld is the founding director of the Aliyah Organization.

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