What Do Zionists Believe?
The tragedy of Zionism was that it arose during the same period of history as Arab nationalism. Our perception of what it stood for and how it came about has been shaped by the conflict between Israelis and Palestinians. This book explains the evolution of Zionism as a unique ideology and provides a perceptive analysis of its ideas.
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