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Love of the Land
A Jewish state must be absolutely faithful to the Land of Israel — the Land that was promised in its Biblical borders to the Fathers of the Nation by the Creator of the world — and includes the understanding of the positive connection between the Land and the ability of the Nation of Israel to fulfill its earthly goals. Love of the Land involves a deep, positive connection of the Jewish soul to the Land, to Biblical and historical sites, to the scenery as well as the strict conservation of nature, the ecology, and archeological sites.

Sovereignty Over all the Land of Israel
The supreme covenant binding the Jewish People to the Land of Israel is the Biblical covenant between the nation of Israel and the Creator of the world (Genesis 35:12):

This is the Land which I have given to Abraham and Isaac, I will give it to you and I will give the Land to your children after you.

A Jewish state must be absolutely faithful to the Land of Israel. It must express the symbiosis between the Land of Israel and the ability of the Nation of Israel to fulfill its earthly goals. Loyalty to the Land of Israel involves a deep, positive connection of the Jewish soul to the Land, to Biblical and historical sites, to the scenery as well as the strict conservation of nature, the ecology, and archeological sites. Any ‘peace’ agreement that contradicts this ancient covenant is invalid and is automatically cancelled and void. Any Jewish representative who signs it does so without the authority of all the generations of the Nation of Israel.

An authentically Jewish state must act to restore its land: All land that is conquered, acquired or held by Jews within the Biblical boundaries of the Land of Israel shall immediately become an indivisible part of the State of Israel. Developed lands will be allocated to any Jew who is interested in building. Loans and mortgages will be given to those who build. Transportation will be improved to every location in the Land of Israel.

The Liberation of Jerusalem and the Temple Mount
In an authentic Jewish state, any foreign power that would attempt to gain hold in Jerusalem would be banished. Jewish prayer on the Temple Mount, a synagogue and study hall will be fostered according to the guidelines of Jewish law. Laws regulating the arrangements on the Temple Mount will be passed and enforced.

Foreign embassies will be authorized in Jerusalem only.

Jewish homes and properties that were seized during the War of Independence will be returned to their Jewish owners or to Jewish hands. Purchase of properties not owned by Jews will be accelerated, and Jews will be encouraged to move to Jerusalem and to remain there. Unlawful building will be halted and demolition orders will be enforced.

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