Zionists during the Holocaust: A studied indifference Book Review in Jerusalem Post, 30. Nov. 1991 (excerpts) Hamillion Hashvi’i (The Seventh Million): The Israelis and the Holocaust, by Tom Segev, Jerusalem, Domino Press, Keter, 548 pp. NIS 45.90 Book review … Read more . . .
Zionism’s Failure to Support Resistance The World Zionist Organization prided itself on its international organisation and especially its intelligence network and so on. It was the only specifically Jewish international organisation which had liaison offices both inside and on the … Read more . . .
Closing the doors Zionists maintain that it was the British who were exerting pressure on Zionists not to publicize the holocaust. The record shows that it was not the British who instigated the conspiracy of silence concerning the holocaust, … Read more . . .
Kasztner, Rezsö Rudolf (Israel) Entry in the Encyclopedia of Zionism and Israel (ed. Patai) Journalist, lawyer, and Zionist leader in Romania and Hungary (b. Kolozsv … Read more . . .
The Kastner Case Introduction The most notorious case of Nazi-Zionist collaboration is that involving Rudolf Kastner. Most Jewish people have never heard of Rudolf Kastner. Those who have, are generally under the impression that there is some ‘controversy’ about negotiations … Read more . . .
Hannah Arendt In her book "Eichmann in Jerusalem", Dr. Hannah Arendt, who is neither left-wing nor pro-Palestinian, and who supports the existence of Israel as a Jewish state, touched on some of the questions involved, although she did not really … Read more . . .
Zionism and the Holocaust Haim Bresheeth, in RETURN, March 1989 The first point to note regarding the appropriation of the history of the Holocaust by Zionist propaganda is that Zionism without anti-Semitism is impossible. Zionism agrees with the basic tenet … Read more . . .
An Agent of Zionist Propaganda, the JNF 1924-1947 Yoram Bar-Gal, 1999 A description of the book: This book deals with the study of the case of the Propaganda Department of the Jewish National Fund in Israel during the years 1924-1947. … Read more . . .
Argentina: Israel Allowed Jews to Die Article in Return No. 5, December 1990, London One of the main justifications that supporters of Zionism give for the State of Israel is that in the event of a resurgence of anti-Semitism, Israel … Read more . . .
Our Responsibility Towards the Jews in the Arab Countries By Uri Harari, in the Israeli daily Yedi’ot Aharonot, 9 Feb.. 1969 (excerpts) When we hear of riots, pogroms or hanging [of Jews] we seethe with anger, and justly so. We … Read more . . .
Israel Requests West Germany to Deny Visas to Soviet Jews Letter from Elias Davidsson to Mr. Helmut Kohl, 23.4.91 Your Excellency, Mr. Kohl, The Israeli daily Yedi’ot Aharonot of March 15th reported that in your meeting with Israeli Foreign … Read more . . .
Antisemitism Entry in the Encyclopaedia of Zionism and Israel (ed. Patai), excerpts (…) In the age of growing nationalism, Jews were declared to be an alien, hostile people, incapable of assimilation. Their economic activities were especially attacked by anti-Semites, … Read more . . .
Assimilation Entry in the Encyclopaedia of Zionism and Israel (ed. Patai), excerpts (…) Assimilation became an acute problem (emphasis added) early in the 19th century, when emancipation transformed the legal status of the Jew from that of a ghetto … Read more . . .
The Jewish Question and the Zionist Movement Udi Adiv (in Return No. 5, December 1990, London) It is the common premise of both Zionist and anti-Zionist writers that the Zionist movement was established as a response to European anti-Semitism at … Read more . . .
Zionism’s Attitude to Anti-Semitism Tony Greenstein, in RETURN, London, March 1989 Much of the criticism of Perdition has centered around the exceptional and unique nature of the Holocaust, both in terms of the sheer magnitude and the systematic and planned … Read more . . .