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As annexation looms, what kind of Zionism will survive? – Haaretz

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The late Amos Oz regularly contended that Zionism is not a first name but a family name. Ask each member of this family what Zionism means to them and youll hear a plethora of visions of Jewish national self-determination in the historical Land of Israel. The debate within the family has been raging for well over a century, albeit under one roof

Defending Zionism: Arming allies and countering critics – The Jerusalem Post

| May 28, 2020

Kiev native and Sydney resident Alex Ryvchin (currently co-CEO of the Executive Council of Australian Jewry) is on a mission to counter anti-Zionism. Toward this noble end, he has composed a primer, Zionism: The Concise History, with which to arm allies and controvert adversaries in the impassioned struggle over the meaning and legacy of the Zionist movement.With a legal background, Ryvchin enters the fray in earnest with an extended factum about how and why Zionism came to be

A Bunch of Happy Zionist Turks! | Deniz Ertug | The Blogs – The Times of Israel

| May 28, 2020

I have been on Twitter for almost a year. My account, Israile dair (twitter.com/e_israil) is solely on Israel. I am sharing my own course notes on Israeli history, articles taken from newspapers and the information that is shared by many other people I follow who respect and understand Israel (mostly people from Israel or the USA).

Banner reading ‘Welcome to the Zionist Police State’ condemned as ‘sickening’ – Jewish News

| May 28, 2020

An antisemitic banner hung outside a Jewish cemetery in London has been taken down and condemned as utterly sickening after Twitter users posted photos of it. The DIY-banner reading Welcome to the Zionist Police State was hung from the window of a house opposite Bancroft Road Jewish Cemetery in Mile End, a disused United Synagogue site dating from the early 20th century, when the area was the epicentre of Londons Jewish population before demographics shifted. A photo of the banner was posted on Twitter by the Sunday Times journalist Gabriel Pogrund on Sunday, with Labour MP Wes Streeting tweeting that he recognised the location near his grandfathers old flat, adding that it was utterly sickening

Former prof union president slams own org for ‘deplorable honor’ given to anti-Zionist prof accused of ‘harassing’ Jewish student – Campus Reform

| May 28, 2020

The American Association of University Professors presented one of its coveted awards to honor the activism of a professor who called Zionists white supremacists and spent taxpayer money to meet with convicted terrorists. Professor Rabab Abdulhadi, San Francisco State Universitys director of Arab and Muslim Ethnicities and Diasporas Initiative (AMED), received AAUP's "GeorginaM. Smith Award," as part of the 2020 list of "Outstanding Faculty Activists." According to AAUP, this award is given to "a person or persons who provided exceptional leadership in a given year in improving the status of academic women or in academic collective bargaining and through that work improved the profession in general." "significant number of fierce anti-Zionists in AAUP leadership positions..." In its recognition of Abdulhadi, the AAUP praised her for exemplifying courage, persistence, political foresight, and concern for human rights." The group highlighted her efforts to "advance the agenda for social change in Palestine, the United States, and internationally." Campus Reformreported on Abdulhadi in 2014, when she led a taxpayer-funded university trip to meet with at least two convicted terrorists.

The Pope must also be held accountable | Bruce Portnoy | The Blogs – The Times of Israel

| May 28, 2020

The memory of the 2019-2020 coronavirus pandemic will eventually pass. Yet, waiting in the wings remains another pandemic of equal fierce ugliness showing no sign of retreat and with no antidote. The anti-Semitism virus manifests through targeted hate speech and action; utilizing property destruction, including attacks on religious institutions, and violent confrontations

Im my best, happiest, most thriving self here in Israel – The Jerusalem Post

| May 28, 2020

Marta Mozes learned to speak Hebrew fluently at the age of 10 through the sink-or-swim method. She and her parents were spending her fathers sabbatical year in Arad

Hezbollah Says Suicide Bombers ‘Reflect the Sublime Values of Sacrifice and Altruism’ Really – Algemeiner

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Hezbollah supporters chant slogans during last day of Ashura, in Beirut, Lebanon, Sept. 20, 2018

Hezbollah Resorted to Martyrdom Bombings Option as Game-changing Weapon against ‘Israel’ – Al-Manar TV

| May 28, 2020

Mohammad Salami The Israeli military leader and politician Moshe Dayan once boasted that the musical band in the Israeli army can invade and occupy Lebanon. Had Dayan, who died in 1981, witnessed the power of Hezbollah Resistance, he would not have made this remark which ironically turned to be a reason for mocking the enemys military

Trump to sign Never Again Education Act into law – Cleveland Jewish News

| May 28, 2020

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