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In Israel

What is Zionism?

Answer   Zionism was (and is) the movement to establish and preserve a  Jewish homeland.    It is the ideology that Jewish people should have their own state.  Th (MORE)

What are the causes for Zionism?

Herzl explained quite well that the European concept of a nation-state was dependent on the idea that all of the people in any particular nation were of the same ethnic stock (MORE)

What is Zionism and who conceived Zionism?

Zionism is the belief that the Jews should have political self-sovereignty and is the patriotic sentiment behind the Establishment of the State of Israel. The Zionist leader (MORE)
In Israel

What is the goal of Zionism?

For Jews to live in our ancestral homeland in peace.   Zionism is the movement for the return of the Jewish people to their homeland and the resumption of Jewish sovereig (MORE)

Is Zionism racist?

No. Aside from the fact that Jews in Israel are from all over the world (roughly 1/3 from Russia, 1/3 from the Arab World, and 1/3 from Western Europe and the USA, with sprink (MORE)

What is the purpose of Zionism?

Zionism is the belief that the Jews should have political self-sovereignty and is the patriotic sentiment behind the Establishment of the State of Israel. Its purpose is the c (MORE)
In Israel

What is Zionism and who founded it?

Zionism is the belief that the Jews should have political self-sovereignty and is the patriotic sentiment behind the Establishment of the State of Israel. The Zionist leader (MORE)

What started zionism?

Zionism is the belief that the Jews should have political self-sovereignty and is the patriotic sentiment behind the Establishment of the State of Israel. Zionism was found (MORE)
In Israel

What is international Zionism?

International Zionism is a conspiracy theory that those opposed to  Israel (and often Judaism as well) use to describe how, in their  view, Israel and Jews manipulate world (MORE)

Why did Zionism exist?

Zionism has as its definition only one thing: the Jews should have an independent Jewish State. Herzl explained quite well that the European concept of a nation-state   wa (MORE)