Monday, December 17, 2012

Taking back the definition of Zionism

David Zwartz has a letter in the Dominion Post on Friday.  It must have been in response to other correspondence that I missed:

Zionism is the national expression for the return of the Jewish people to their ancient homeland (Letters Dec 11). The Jews needed Zionism to survive into the future after centuries of Arab oppression outside their homeland led to the establishment of the state of Israel in 1947, and its subsequent development.  I am proud to be a Zionist.
David Zwartz
I think it's important that we repeat this.  The extreme left and other ignorant parties continue to redefine Zionism.  This definition should be kept for future reference.

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