The expansion of Jewish settlements has followed a consistent pattern for about 100 years – the replacement of Palestinians by Jews. The new U.S. president provides a historical opportunity to accelerate the process.
The history of the Zionist movement demonstrates that there is no inherent contradiction between Zionism and anti-Semitism. The two ideologies have in fact often worked in concert to achieve their shared goal: concentrating Jews in one place (so as to better avoid them in others). Even before the modern Zionist movement arose in the late 19th century, Christian philosophers and statesmen debated what to do with the “oriental” mass of Jewry in their midst. As the scholar Jonathan Hess of the University of North Carolina has noted, one “solution” popular among Enlightenment figures who harbored anti-Semitic feelings was to deport Jews to a colonial setting where they could be reformed. Johann Gottlieb Fichte, among the founders of German Idealism, noted in 1793 that the most effective protection Europeans could mount against the Jewish menace was to “conquer the holy land for them and send them all there.”
The Menace of Jewish Fascism By WILLIAM ZUKERMAN The Nation, April 25, 1934 London, April 2 FOUR years ago, when a speaker at a Zionist Congress at Basel casually uttered from the platform the words “Jewish Hitlerites,” the storm of …Read more . . .
Why I protested the Jewish National Fund By Jesse Benjamin, 12 October 2010http://mondoweiss.net/2010/10/why-i-protested-the-jewish-national-fund.html#more-27226 This Columbus Day weekend, the Jewish National Fund USA held its annual meeting in Atlanta. Like many Jews from the US, I grew up in communities that …Read more . . .
The Zionist Attack on Jewish Values by Lawrence Davidson Lawrence Davidson is Professor of History at West Chester University in West Chester PA. He is the author of two recent books, America’s Palestine: Popular and Official Perceptions from Balfour to Israeli …Read more . . .
http://alethonews.wordpress.com/2010/02/25/dissident-jews-unwanted-in-germany/ Dissident Jews: Unwanted in Germany? By Raymond Deane | Pulse Media | February 25, 2010 A European country that scapegoats a Semitic people, persecutes defenders of human rights by stripping them of employment, and denies freedom of speech to …Read more . . .
http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/pages/ShArt.jhtml?itemNo=376724 w w w . h a a r e t z . c o m ———————————————————————— 28/12/2003 So this Jew, Arab, Georgian and Samaritan go to court… The state denies there is any such …Read more . . .
"This collection of essays is a significant contribution to the debate on antisemitism, the Palestinian issue and U.S. policy toward the Middle East. It clearly demonstrates that there is no monolithic Jewish position on Middle East issues. The book reminds us all to be on guard against antisemitism and all forms of racism, including anti-Arab and anti-Muslim racism, but that the charge of antisemitism must not be used to suppress criticism of Israeli state practices or the political ideology of Zionism."
In an interview with official Iranian news agency IRNA, Rabbi David Weiss, of the Neturei Karta movement, said "Israel was established in the name of Judaism but is impure and Godless. We are sure that it will cease to exist."
The term "prophets outcast" is borrowed from historian Isaac Deutscher, "himself a great Jewish dissident," to "underscore the terrible price these remarkably prescient men and women have paid for speaking out" against Zionism and Israel’s treatment of the Palestinians.
The Left-Wing Gatekeepers of the American Anti-Israeli Occupation Movement by Seth Farberwww.dissidentvoice.org October 7, 2005 After the invasion of Jenin, while the Left in America debated whether the Israeli Army had committed a "massacre" or just an ordinary war crime, I …Read more . . .
http://www.amin.org/eng/uncat/2005/aug/aug2-0.html August 2, 2005 Author no longer ‘in love with the Zionist narrative’ By: Deaglan de BreadunIrish Times ** Israeli activist Susan Nathan who recently visited Ireland was interviewed by the Irish Times July 28. On August 2, the foreign …Read more . . .
Zionism and other Marginal Thoughts by Gilad Atzmon21 January 2005 http://www.gilad.co.uk One way to look into marginal politics is to illuminate the problematic tension between demands for equality and the maintenance of clannish supremacist world views. I am referring here …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 . . .
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 . . .