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Zionist movement


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Zionist movement a movement of world Jewry that arose late in the 19th century with the aim of creating a Jewish state in Palestine
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In literature:

Rishon-le-Zion is a pretty little place, and another example of the Zionist movement.
"Through Palestine with the 20th Machine Gun Squadron" by Unknown
This time the antisemitic propagandists are trying to connect the "protocols" directly with Theodore Herzl and the Zionist movement.
"The History of a Lie" by Herman Bernstein
Many of them content themselves with libeling and insulting the leaders of the Zionist movement.
"Zionism and Anti-Semitism" by Max Simon Nordau
This was the first official proposal in connection with the Zionist movement which Herzl was able to submit to a Zionist Congress.
"The Jewish State" by Theodor Herzl
So many good people think that the present Zionistic movement of the Jews is that promised salvation for the scattered nation.
"Studies in Zechariah" by Arno C. Gaebelein
He knew all about the Zionist movement and about Dr. Hertzl and spoke as one who was thoroughly acquainted with his subject.
"On the Trail of The Immigrant" by Edward A. Steiner

In news:

Programmatics to be developed and supervised by Hadassah's Zionist youth movement Amanda Doreson.
Hadassah and Young Judaea jointly announce Simon Klarfeld to lead the national Zionist youth movement Press Release.
They would include Robert Stearns, director of Eagles' Wings ministry and a relatively new leader in the Christian Zionist movement.
Just as Jews of all persuasions form the Zionist movement, so can Christians of all persuasion fall within this broad definition of a Christian Zionist .
In the seclusion of a cardiac clinic outside Vienna, a few months before he died there in 1904, Theodor Herzl, the father of secular Jewish nationalism, set down his thoughts on the Zionist movement he had founded in 1896.
From 1965 to 1969 Miss Syrkin was on the executive body of the World Zionist Movement and during that period was honorary president of the Labor Zionist Movement in the United States.
The standard critique of Israel's settlement movement from the Zionist left has been to point out that attempting to assert sovereignty over the West Bank could lead to an Arab majority.
THE Zionist movement dates from A.D 70, the year of the destruction of the Temple and the Jewish State.