#Zionism

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The video that makes anti-Zionists sorry they ever opened their mouths – Israel Video Network

Today the world wants to claim that anti-Zionism is NOT anti-Semitism.

WRONG.

It is anti-Semitism, and this video lays out why.

News | The News

‘I forgive you’: Reporter who lost writing gig after exposing anti-Semitism at Chicago Dyke March speaks out – twi

A reporter who exposed anti-Semitism at the Chicago Dyke March reportedly has been relieved of her writing duties and moved to the sales desk.

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Does Feminism Have Room for Zionists? - The New York Times

Anti-Israel statements in the International Women’s Strike platform risk alienating some feminists.

Politics | BDS

Igor Sadikov, McGill Student Rep, Urges Followers To “Punch a Zionist Today” | Israellycool

An Israel hater with an apparent penchant for violence

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A Growing Trend: Brave Muslim Zionists

Muslim Zionist Mahdi Satri: “After 3 years of violence against me after coming out publicly with my Zionism and I’m still the last man standing, standing against my village,”

News | Anti-Israel=Anti-Semitism

Why Anti-Zionism Is Modern Anti-Semitism

Israel’s defensive Operation Protective Edge against Hamas rocket fire revealed that it took a military conflict to show that anti-Zionism cannot be decoupled from anti-Semitism.

Politics | Op-Ed

What Muslims Can Learn From Zionism | Rob Eshman

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Murray Greenfield – The New York-born octogenarian who helped create the Jewish state still thinks BIG!

After a chat over coffee on a Friday morning, Murray Greenfield, 88, walks me to a photograph in the lounge of his comfortable Ramat Aviv home. It is a picture of prime minister David Ben-Gurion addressing the inaugural dinner of the Association of Americans and Canadians in Israel on March 7, 1961, with a young Murray Greenfield by his side.

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Anti-Semitism 101 - for "Anti-Zionists" | Eric Blumenthal | The Blogs | The Times of Israel

“I am not anti-Semitic, I just don’t support Israel! I love the Jews, I have been to Shabbat dinner before! I just think Zionism is wrong.”

As a senior graduating this May from Binghamton University, the above statement is quite common to hear on my campus and around the world. The line between anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism seems to be blurry for many people, but this should not be the case.

News | Op-Ed

Rinsing Israel Out of Europe: The Zionistfrei Movement - WSJ

In The Wall Street Journal, Brendan O’Neill writes that in Britain, France, Spain and beyond, a drive to ban products from the Jewish state is picking up speed.

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In Defense of Zionism - WSJ

They come from every corner of the country—investment bankers, farmers, computer geeks, jazz drummers, botany professors, car mechanics—leaving their jobs and their families. They put on uniforms that are invariably too tight or too baggy, sign out their gear and guns. Then, scrambling onto military vehicles, 70,000 reservists—women and men—join the young conscripts of what is proportionally the world's largest citizen army. They all know that some of them will return maimed or not at all. And yet, without hesitation or (for the most part) complaint, proudly responding to the call-up, Israelis stand ready to defend their nation. They risk their lives for an idea.