in the second half of the 19th century, will have the necessary ideological power to defeat Zionism
Part Three brings the reader from the Cold War to the present, and it is in this section that Goldman appears to rely most heavily on work already done by scholars of Zionism
in the United States.
Loeffler's juxtaposition of Zionism
, internationalism, and human rights dissolves this dichotomy by focusing on theorists deeply invested in Jewish collective life and also dedicated to solving universal political questions.
Jewish opposition to Zionism
has a long and distinguished history.
" becomes embedded with loaded but unspoken meanings, it has real implications for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
A person identifying as both a feminist and a Zionist must therefore ask challenging questions: Is there room within my Zionism
to fight for the rights of Palestinian women alongside those of Israelis?
Therefore it is likely that Nazis would have supported this and seen it as a form of "Zionism
is dedicated to Jacques Derrida.
The book points out strong relations between Ben Gurion, one of the founders of Zionism
and Adolf Hitler, head of German Nazism, and displays details of a secret relationship between both.
The debate surrounding Judith Butler's work on Israel and Zionism
has arguably reached a new level of vitriol from various camps in the American Jewish establishment.
The authors apply the same diagnosis to "Christian Zionism
." Nearly all Americans, many of the authors are associated with the indispensable Sabeel Ecumenical Liberation Theology Center--Naim Ateek provides the forward--and all are rightly moved by the plight of occupied Palestinians and disturbed by Jewish religious nationalism.
In the aftermath of a withering blast of criticism from Jewish advocacy groups--and from some Presbyterians--there's scant evidence of much middle ground between those perspectives on "Zionism
Unsettled," the handiwork of the Israel/Palestine Mission Network of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).