http://www.adalah.org/newsletter/eng/jan05/kkl.php ADALAH’S NEWSLETTER [Adalah – The Legal Center for Arab Minority Rights in Israel]Volume 9, January 2005 AG Concurs with Adalah that Distribution of JNF Lands Only to Jews Constitutes Discrimination [Explanation of terms: AG=Attorney General; JNF= Jewish National … Read more . . .
Deconstructing the WJC campaign for a UN resolution on anti-Semitism Laura Reanda The Electronic Intifada, 25 January 2005 The World Jewish Congress has launched a campaign for the adoption of a General Assembly resolution condemning anti-Semitism and is circulating a … Read more . . .
Jewish Colonial Trust The first Zionist bank, it was founded at the Second Zionist Congress and incorporated in London in 1899. The JCT was intended to be the financial instrument of the Zionist Organization, and was to obtain capital and … Read more . . .
Professor Eliezer Schweid, is the 1994 Israel Prize laureate who teaches Judaic studies at Hebrew University.Read more . . .
Gil Troy is Professor of History at McGill University in Montreal. A native of Queens, New York, and a graduate of Solomon Schechter Day School there, he received his bachelor?s, master?s, and doctoral degrees in History from Harvard University. He was a member of Young Judaea, the largest Zionist Youth movement in America for many years, and worked at Camp Tel Yehudah throughout the 1980s. His two previous books were on American history: Mr. and Mrs. President: From the Trumans to the Clintons, and See How They Ran: The Changing Role of the Presidential Candidate. From 1997 to 1998 he served as chairman of McGill?s history department and in March, 1999 was promoted to full professor.Read more . . .
THE ZIONIST CONGRESS Source: http://www.wzo.org.il/doingzionism/institutions/zionist_congress.asp (March 2005) The Zionist Congress is the supreme institution of the World Zionist Organization and its highest legislative authority. Article 13 of the WZO Constitution stipulates: "An Ordinary Congress shall meet at least once in … Read more . . .
Resolutions Of the Zionist General Council 2004 XXXIV/3 Jerusalem ? 15th to 17th June, 2004, 26 ? 28th Sivan, 5764 [Excerpts] A. Changes to the Constitution 1. The Jerusalem ProgramZionism, the national liberation movement of the Jewish people, brought about … Read more . . .
THE ZIONIST GENERAL COUNCIL The Zionist General Council is the supreme institution of the Zionist movement in the inter-Congress period. The Zionist General Council has all the powers of the Congress except for those expressly reserved for the Congress. The … Read more . . .
Jewish opposition to partition (excerpts from Henry Cattan, The Palestine Question, pp. 34-5) The partition of Palestine was opposed not only by the Palestinian Arabs and by the Arab States, but also by the indigenous Orthodox Jews of Palestine who … Read more . . .
JNF not required to act for good of all, court told By Yuval Yoaz Haaretz17 December 2004 http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/515073.html The Jewish National Fund (JNF) is not required to act for the goodof all of Israel’s citizens and asking it to allocate … Read more . . .
Apartheid: Israeli Style by David Paul (*) Definition [Bosman et al- Bilingual Dictionary: Afrikaans-English & Eng.-Afr] apartheid: apartness, separatness; racial separation or segregation Yitzhak Rabin, Israeli Prime Minister, in a speech 23 January 1995 in Jerusalem: "We … Read more . . .
Holocaust Analogies: Repaying the Mortgage By Tony Greenstein, in RETURN, March 1990 "Although theoretical differences can be drawn between anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism", noted Jacob Gewirtz of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, at a symposium on anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism, … Read more . . .
ZIONIST ANTI-SEMITISM By Les Levidow, publ. in RETURN (London), Dec. 1990 Zionism has always purported to be the prime or ultimate protector of Jews from anti-Semitism. The proposed solution has been mass emigration to what the Zionist’s term Eretz Israel, … Read more . . .
Who is a Jew? by Rebecca Weiner* Judaism is considered to be both a religion and a nation/culture. More than 13 million people are now identified as Jews, with roughly six million living in the United States and … Read more . . .
The Jewish Agency Murders Jewish Refugees On 25 November 1940, Jews planted a bomb on the aging and rickety ship Patria, anchored in Haifa harbor, in a bid to prevent its departure. At the time, there were some 1,900 Jewish … Read more . . .
‘About the Soft and the Delicate’ By Amos Oz (published in the Israeli daily Davar, 17 Dec. 1982 (emphases added) "You can call me anything you like. Call me a monster or a murderer. Just note that I don’t … Read more . . .
ZIONIST MASSACRES IN 1948: New evidence The following article was published in the Hebrew daily Ha’ir on 6 May 1992. It contains new revelations about war crimes committed by the Zionist forces in 1948 against Palestinian Arabs. There are … Read more . . .
Zionism, Transfer and Massacre From the Introduction to: Israel – An Apartheid State, by Uri Davis, Zed Books, London and New Jersey, 1987 In political Zionism, two broad traditions emerge: Labour Zionism and Revisionist Zionism. Labour Zionism is attempt to … Read more . . .
Conquest of Labor (‘Kibbush ‘Avoda) Entry in the Encyclopaedia of Zionism and Israel (ed. Patai), excerpts Doctrine (…) stressing the importance of Jewish labor as the basis for a Jewish society in Palestine. By the beginning of the 20th century, … Read more . . .