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What is Zionism ? A Movement ? or a Political agenda or Both

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 CSB    2,173

Just cool things to know

What is Zionism?

Zionism is a movement founded by Theodor Herzl in 1896 whose goal is the return of Jews to Eretz Yisrael, or Zion, the Jewish synonym for Jerusalem and the Land of Israel.

The name of "Zionism" comes from the hill Zion, the hill on which the Temple of Jerusalem was situated.

Supporters of this movement are called "Zionists".

Today there is much confusion among Jews over the meaning of the term Zionism. It means different things to different people.

The reason for this is that historically, Zionism has been a movement dominated by secularist Jews. Herzl and most of his colleagues were assimilated Jews, who did not believe in or practice the Torah. Some Zionists were vehemently anti-religious, and saw the Torah and mitzvos as outdated rituals with no place in their modern state.

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To many people just don't understand Zionism 

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 Condor    1,012

I was thinking of making a Zionism mega thread.  Just searching right now to see what has been posted thus far. 

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 Ukshep    21,686

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 DRUMZ    1,114




Definition of Zionism

:  an international movement originally for the establishment of a Jewish national or religious community in Palestine and later for the support of modern Israel


play \ˈzī-ə-nist\ adjective or noun


play \ˌzī-ə-ˈni-stik\ adjective

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