Intersectional Zionism

For many of today’s mainstream progressives, opposing the Jewish state is part of a complete breakfast. In order to be progressive, we must stand against the racist Zionist agenda — at least, that’s what we have been taught. But, if you take the time to look deeper, you might be surprised to find that progressivism …

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Feminism and Zionism

Over the years, I have found many parallels between feminism and Zionism. Both movements are daughters of the Enlightenment. Through emancipation, empowerment and self-determination, both movements have revolutionized the lives of two of the world’s longest and most oppressed peoples. Both have made remarkable and previously unimaginable strides in the 20th century, but remain unfinished …

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Despite Coronavirus, Antisemitism and Anti-Zionism Are Present on Campus

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A recent webinar hosted by Bard University Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) and Ohio State University SJP featured George Mason and Rutgers professor Noura Erakat, who spoke on Zionism and the State of Israel. Throughout the webinar, Erakat made outlandish and blatantly false remarks, such as labeling Zionism a white supremacy movement. She argued …

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Erasure of Faces and Facts: Anti-Zionism at Cornell University

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This past fall, Ariella Aisha Azoulay, a guest lecturer from Brown University, was invited to Cornell University’s architecture department to speak to students. Azoulay gave a biased, anti-Zionist presentation titled “Palestine Is There, Where It Has Always Been.” In it, she showed photographs of the early pioneers of the State of Israel working the land, …

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Why We Need Zionism

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A commonly misunderstood term, Zionism, is the belief that Jews have a right to self-determination in the land of Israel. For 4,000 years, Jews have longed to return to their homeland. However, until Theodor Herzl, the goal of return has simply been a dream. Born in Budapest in 1860, Herzl’s dedication to Zionism stemmed from …

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This Is What A Zionist Looks Like

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In recent years, Zionism has unjustly been given a reputation that contradicts the reality of the movement. Those who oppose Zionism have tried to paint the movement as a band of right-wing colonialists. In reality, Zionists are simply those who believe that the Jewish people have a right to self-determination in their ancestral homeland – …

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