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What is Zionism? Meaning explained – The US Sun

| October 15, 2021

FOR Jews, Jerusalem is a symbol of the return to Zion, their ancient homeland. But criticism of Zionism is often slammed as anti-Semitic. So what exactly is it

Smotrich at Knesset: Ben-Gurion should have finished the job, thrown out Arabs – The Times of Israel

| October 15, 2021

Speaking from the Knesset plenum on Wednesday, far-right Religious Zionism MK Bezalel Smotrich said David Ben-Gurion, Israels first prime minister, should have finished the job and kicked all Arabs out of the country when it was founded. During comments on a contentious immigration bill proposed by the opposition, Smotrich shouted about the need to maintain Israel as a Jewish and Democratic state. Yes, Jewish, with a Jewish majority, he called out.

Thanking God for 50 years of living in Israel – The Jerusalem Post

| October 15, 2021

Our children and grandchildren were born in Israel, says Ben-Zion. How can they grasp the meaning of aliyah? How can they understand what a privilege they have to be born here

Personal Letters by Rabbi Known as ‘Hazon Ish’ Come to National Library of Israel – Algemeiner

| October 15, 2021

JNS.org Fourteen letters penned in the 1940s by the legendary rabbi known as the Hazon Ish have been donated to the National Library of Israel in Jerusalem by the family of their recipient, Rabbi Zvi Yehuda, one of the rabbis students. The Hazon Ish (Rabbi Avraham Yeshaya Karelitz, 1878-1953) is considered to be one of the most influential rabbis of the 20th century. The letters reveal a very personal side to the revered spiritual leader

Beirut will leave behind ‘Zionist-backed seditions’ – Mehr News Agency – English Version

| October 15, 2021

"Lebanon, as always, will leave behind successfully the Zionist-backed seditions and conspiracies thatare planned and carried out by the masters and agents of this regime," said Saeed Khatibzadeh on Friday.

Why are Australia and its media so fearful of debate on Israels treatment of Palestinians? – The Guardian

| October 13, 2021

Recently 700 journalists and writers signed a petition calling for fuller media coverage of the plight of the Palestinians. Reportage on the Middle East has long been contested

An Open Letter to Sally Rooney RE: Boycotting Israel – The Jewish Press – JewishPress.com

| October 13, 2021

Sally Rooney, I understand from the recent publicity thatyou are engagedin a boycott of Israel. Lets be frank, the manner in which the story originally came out was a bit of a mess wasnt it because it painted you as someone who was boycotting Hebrew, rather than just Israel.

What happened to Hamas rebrand? – The Jerusalem Post

| October 13, 2021

The 1988 Hamas Covenant has a lot to admire. Honestly, its refreshing. Unlike a majority of the world, which cloaks antisemitism in long-winded statements and frosted political correctness, Hamas is transparent.

Philanthropist Eitan Neishlos: ‘Everyone here has something to give’ – The Jerusalem Post

| October 13, 2021

Addressing the audience at the 10th Jerusalem Post Annual Conference, held at the Museum of Tolerance, Australian fintech investor and entrepreneur Eitan Neishlos spoke of his work in the fintech industry and how his business and investment work is imbued with a social conscience.While the projected date for the opening of the Museum of Tolerance has long passed, the Museum of the Museum of Tolerance is now open to visitors (credit: Wikimedia Commons)Neishlos recounted how the story of his grandmother, a Holocaust survivor, who was saved by a righteous Christian family who hid her from the Nazis, inspired him to help others. He is a major supporter of JNFuture in Australia, which empowers young adults committed to Zionism and the Land of Israel

Activists, scholars call to end weaponising anti-Semitism ahead of Holocaust Remembrance event in Sweden – Middle East Monitor

| October 13, 2021

Several Palestine activist groups and academics working in the field of anti-Semitism studies have issued separate statements raising their concerns on instrumentalising anti-Semitism ahead of tomorrow's International Forum on Holocaust Remembrance and Combating Anti-Semitism held in Malmo, Sweden. According to a statement issued today by the Palestinian Action Group in Southern Sweden, which is composed of Swedes of Palestinian origin, along with other Palestinian unions and institutions in Europe, concerns have been raised that the outcome of the event could be used "to prosecute or repress those who criticize the Israeli occupation and the Zionist movement with false allegations of anti-Semitism" Such concerns, the signatories argue are based on the fact that the sponsor of the forum, the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) has linked its widely contesteddefinition of anti-Semitismto anti-Zionism, which can include criticism of the Israeli occupation. "The Israeli occupation state, with the participation of the Zionist movement internationally, is simultaneously pressuring countries around the world to boycott international conferences that differentiate between anti-Semitism and opposition to the Zionist movement," the statement reads


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