Neturei Karta

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Neturei Karta

(nəˈtʊrɛɪ ˈkɑrtɑ)
n
(Judaism) a small ultra-orthodox Jewish group living mainly in Jerusalem and New York who oppose the establishment of a Jewish state by temporal means
[Aramaic: guardians of the walls]
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In Australia, for example, a small group of Marxist Jews formed the Jews Against Zionism and Antisemitism (JAZA) group in 1979 to defend community radio station 3CR against well-documented accusations of anti-Jewish racism.
Denying the Jewish Experience of Oppression: Jews against Zionism and Anti-Semitism and the 3CR Controversy.
Speakers include Roland Rance, from Jews Against Zionism, and Hani Lazi, from Iraqi Democrats Against Occupation.
See Kolsky, Jews Against Zionism (1990), Chapter 1; and Howard R.
For a book-length account of the development of the ACJ, see Kolsky, Jews Against Zionism (1990).
In Australia, the Jews against Zionism and Anti-Semitism (JAZA) group was formed by a small group of marxists in the 1970s for the sole purpose of defending community radio station 3CR against well-documented allegations of anti-Semitism raised by the Victorian Jewish Board of Deputies.
Kolsky, Jews Against Zionism, 52; Pilchik to Lazaron, July 15, 1942, Box 1448, Wolsey Manuscripts; Wolsey to Lazaron, Nov.
A sympathetic portrayal of ACJ activities after its formation is offered in Kolsky, Jews Against Zionism, chaps.
Kolsky's tendency to discard scholarly objectivity and indulge in cheerleading marred Jews Against Zionism.