By Richard Lynn, Emeritus Professor of Psychology at the University of Ulster, it's called The Chosen People: A Study of Jewish Intelligence and Achievement, and is published by Washington Summit Publishers as "A National Policy Institute Book".
To quote part of the blurb:
"Calling upon history as well as the latest advances in genetic analysis and evolutionary theory, Lynn demonstrates that in the past 250 years, high IQ has been the foundation of Jewish influence, success, and power. This study is integrated with concise narratives of the Jewish experience in various countries and regions, as well as a discussion of the cultural and genetic divisions within the Jewish ethnos. The Chosen People will be valued by historians, evolutionary scientists, and anyone who wants to understand more fully this remarkable people."
'It predicted that Israel and Palestine would merge in a "one-state solution" and that the fertility of the Palestinians would be so much greater than that of Jews that they would inevitably become a majority of the population. Jews would then find Israel uncomfortable, and large numbers would emigrate. Even if this does not take place, increasing numbers of Jews will likely leave Israel. Many Jews already foresee these alarming potential possibilities and are considering emigration. The CIA report notes, "Over 500.000 Israelis have American passports and those who do not have American or Western passports, have already applied for them." The study further predicts the return of over 1.5 million Israelis to Russia and other parts of Europe. The report concluded that Israel may well not survive as a Jewish state beyond the next 20 years. Even if this timescale is excessively short, it is difficult to be optimistic about the survival of Israel as a Jewish state over the longer term.'I lamented Lynn's conclusions as I passed the book back to its owner, who has always held that the only solution to peace between Israel and the Palestinian Arabs is for the former to seek out and cultivate the moderates on the other side, so that extremists in both camps will be isolated.
"All the more reason why Israel should get out of the West Bank," he replied.My friend regards Mahmoud Abbas as a moderate, and believes that Abbas deserves better in terms of concessions from the Israelis, so that he has something to show to his constituency for his commitment to peace.
This is a seductive viewpoint, and many share it.
However, Isi Leibler's latest stupendous article, entitled "Searching for one Palestinian moderate," clangs the alarm bell:
Of Abbas, he writes:
'We are repeatedly being told that President Mahmoud Abbas and the Palestinian Authority are our genuine peace partners and that we are unlikely to find more moderate Palestinians with whom to negotiate.
* refuses to recognize Israel as a Jewish state, insists that the “occupation” dates back to 1948 and even denies any Jewish link with the Holy Land.
* sanctifies mass murderers of Israeli women and children by bestowing honor on the killers and granting state pensions to their families.
* rules over an authority in which the controlled media, mosques and state educational system incite hatred against Jews and deny Israel’s right to exist.
* endorses the execution of any Palestinian who sold land to a Jew.
* assures his people that any future Palestinian state will be entirely cleansed of Jews.
* is committed to reuniting with the genocidal Islamic Hamas whose charter calls for the murder of all Jews and the elimination of Israel.
Besides refusing to negotiate with Israel, Abbas effectively rejected offers made by former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert to cede 95% of the territories conquered in response to Jordan’s offensive against Israel.
Indeed, the more Israelis concede, the more Abbas demands. Today he has escalated the issue of so-called Arab right of return of refugees to Palestine as a non-negotiable demand, despite realizing that this would bring an end to Jewish sovereignty which no Israeli government could contemplate.
On the surface, the PA appears moderate compared to Hamas. But their objectives are identical. Abbas speaks with a forked tongue and is vague about his long-term goals when he addresses non-Arab audiences, whereas Hamas is completely honest and boasts that it will never negotiate and will continue to fight until the Jewish state is destroyed.'Read Leibler's entire article here