The 10 ideological points
EVERY INDIVIDUAL IS A KING
First of all we must educate our janijim to be good human beings, we educate ourselves to be noble people, good children ... that our presence in this life does not go unnoticed but that we leave a positive mark. The second step is to be good Jews and good Zionists.
JEWISH AND DEMOCRATIC STATE
According to Jabotinsky: “Every town has its mission. We Jews are no different. In order to contribute to the growth of humanity, the Jewish people need a state for their nation ”. A Jewish state implies that it is ruled by Jews.
We unconditionally defend that the state is also democratic, where all ethnic groups, religions and cultures can exist, being a clear example to the world, especially the Middle East.
JEWISH MAJORITY IN ISRAEL
As betarim we seek to maintain a "Jewish and Democratic" status.
The only reason that Israel remains a Jewish and democratic state is because there is a Jewish majority in Israel.
That is why so that this never happens, we must dedicate all our efforts, all our energies in the realization of a single word: the alia.
The Hadar is a set of values that represent the morals and ethics that a betari must have.
"Hadar" is a word that has no translation. In Spanish the closest thing to this word is the “majesty” that comes from a king, because each one of us is a king, each one deserves to live like a king.
Being Betari is something that goes beyond the physical limits of the tnua. Being Betari implies seeking nobility, strength and excellence in all areas of our life.
Monism or "Jad Nes" is that the entire Betar movement has to focus on the same ideal as the main one. Betar has to focus on only one fight, Zionism. This is why we define that the flag of Betar is that of Israel, and our anthem the Hatikva
Jabotinsky used to say: "each individual is a king." This is why it raises a social conscience based on "The five memim." Five basic needs that every Jew had to satisfy: (housing, food, clothing, education and health)
For an organization to function well, it is necessary that all its members work in perfect harmony and synchronization, as if each one were a musician, and together we were an orchestra, always working in a disciplined way and respecting the superiors.
It is the only and eternal language that can unify all the Jewish people.
Jabotinsky stated that for a Betari to speak Hebrew, otherwise they would not be a full Betari.
At Betar we believe that the Hebrew language should be the beginning and education of every Jewish child; a young Jew who does not know Hebrew is not a "complete" Jew even though he is a member of Betar.
Someone Pioneer is someone who leads the way, someone who leads by example for their ideals. In the “Jalutziut” diaspora it manifests itself, above all, in the ability and courage of each Betari to change the course of their history and return to their home in Israel. In Israel, pioneerism is manifested in doing things that not only do not produce personal happiness but also make a significant contribution to the development of our people.
The betari carries the flame of revolt, which is nothing more than telling the truth and showing justice. Our displays of activism must be full of Fairies, representing in our acts the whole community since non-Jews do not understand internal organizational differences