JEWISH CRITICISM OF ZIONISM, by Edward C. Corrigan … Read more . . .
For an Indivisible and Free Palestine Elias Davidsson, Sept. 1988 Although I don’t live in Palestine since my young age, I cannot hide my passion for this tormented and bleeding country. Born in 1941 in Palestine to Jewish immigrants, who … Read more . . .
Anti-Zionism Entry in the Encyclopaedia of Zionism and Israel (ed. Patai), excerpts (…)Anti-Zionism is both an inner Jewish phenomenon and a non-Jewish trend directed against the Zionist idea in its various manifestations or against Zionism as a political movement, or … Read more . . .
Why do you violate G’d’s Order? It will not succeed Advertisement by Neturei Karta (1) in New York Times, May 18, 1993 There is much discussion in the media about peace and peace conferences. The Torah cannot be ignored because … Read more . . .
Erich Fried – A Courageous and Upright Jew and Great Poet Erich Fried – the most famous German-speaking poet in the modern world – was one of the first sponsors of the RETURN statement. He was a refugee from his … Read more . . .
The RETURN Statement Against the Israeli Law of Return – For the Palestinian Right to Return On 2 November 1917, the British Government issued the Balfour Declaration. This represented the first major victory for the Zionist project of transforming Palestine … Read more . . .
Editorial of the first issue of the RETURN magazine Published in March 1989, London. Editorial Collective: Ben Cashdan, Uri Davis, Merav Dvir, Tony Greenstein, Graham Murray, Roland Rance, Billie Raphaeli, Haim Scortariu RETURN was formed to promote a … Read more . . .
Edwin Montagu and Zionism 1917 Memorandum of Edwin Montagu on the Anti-Semitism of the Present (British) Government – Submitted to the British Cabinet, August, 1917 I have chosen the above title for this memorandum, not in any hostile sense, not … Read more . . .
US Jews Oppose a Jewish State in 1919 A Statement to the Peace Conference by prominent US Jews The following statement was handed to President Wilson on behalf of the signers by Congressman Julius Kahn on March 4th, 1919, for … Read more . . .
Emergency Committee for Zionist Affairs Entry in the Encyclopaedia of Zionism and Israel (ed. Patai), excerpts regarding the activities of the Committee during World War II Coordinating body of American Zionist organizations, founded in 1939 and subsequently renamed American Emergency … Read more . . .
American Palestine Committee Entry from the Encyclopaedia of Zionism and Israel (ed. Patai), excerpts Organization of prominent Americans, predominantly non-Jewish in its composition, that aimed to provide moral and political support for the Jewish National Home in Palestine. It was … Read more . . .
Transfer and the Lessons of the Holocaust By Uri Davis, in RETURN, March 1990 Given Zionist and Israeli history, the ongoing public discussion inside Israel regarding the prospects of mass expulsion of the Palestinian people from their homeland – ‘transfer’ … Read more . . .
The Ghetto Fights Marek Edelman, Bookmarks /book review by Tony Greenstein in RETURN, December 1990 The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising stands as one of the finest symbols of humanity’s capacity to resist oppression, no matter how powerful the enemy seems. Even … Read more . . .
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 . . .