Zionist movement


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Noun1.Zionist movement - a movement of world Jewry that arose late in the 19th century with the aim of creating a Jewish state in Palestine
social movement, movement, front - a group of people with a common ideology who try together to achieve certain general goals; "he was a charter member of the movement"; "politicians have to respect a mass movement"; "he led the national liberation front"
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In breathtaking cognitive dissonance that is impossible to explain, so-called liberal Zionists stand against every wrong known to man except for the wrong meted out by the Zionist movement to Palestinian Arabs.
Britain's Labour Party has been trying to get its anti-Semitism problem under control in preparation for national elections that could come sometime in the next couple of years: The party expelled the anti-Zionist activist Tony Greenstein last month, and recently extended the suspension of former London mayor Ken Livingstone, who has repeatedly insisted that there were close ties between the Nazis and the Zionist movement.
8 (Petra)- Head of the Jordanian-European Parliament Committee at the House, Khaled Bakar, said the conflict in Palestine is not religious as Israelis allege, but based on political interests of a Zionist movement perpetrating suppression against unarmed people.
Tzipi Livni, head of the Zionist movement, said that Abu Mazen's speech would not change anything in the policy of Israel, who seeks to separate itself from the Palestinians, even if unilaterally.
Seattle: Zionist colonisation in Palestine began in earnest in 1881, when the leaders of the Zionist Movement in Europe eyed Arab Palestine as an exclusive home for Jews, paying little heed to the indigenous inhabitants of the land.
During the mandate, until 1948, they helped the Zionist movement build the state, allowed immigration and assisted the Zionists.
She hailed the important role played by the academics and writers in confronting the evil forces that pose threat to the Arab Nation, particularly the Zionist movement, calling for unifying the efforts for the Palestinian cause, highlighting the important role of Ez-Zitouna mosque in Tunisia that enlightened mentality.
At the same time, Jews had launched the Zionist movement to create a Jewish homeland in the area of Jerusalem.
During the two decades after the Balfour Declaration, the British empire provided the Zionist movement with the necessary protective umbrella to thrive.
and the growing boycott of the Zionist movement in all forms, a group of dignitaries and traders in the State of Bahrain hosted a Zionist, racist and extremist Jewish delegation and danced with them in a humiliating and disgraceful spectacle," Hamas officials said in a statement, (http://www.
Galnoor points out the main problems discussed by the Zionists at the individual crossroads of the Zionist movement including the internal debate within the Zionist movement, alternative approaches, disputes within the Zionist movement and decisions taken by the Zionist movement at the individual crossroads (which are understood as the 1919 memorandum, 1937 reaction to the Peel Commission and the reaction to the 1947 partition proposal).
Jump forward to today, and Israel now controls around 80 percent of land that it has usurped and sequestered right under the eyes of the international community, which has been in total collusion with the Zionist movement above the table.