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Zionism in Judaism topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishZionismZi‧on‧is‧m /ˈzaɪənɪzəm/ noun [uncountable]  RRJsupport for the establishment and development of a state for the Jews in IsraelZionist noun [countable], adjective
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ZionismHe disliked synagogues and Zionism with about equal intensity.As Zionism grew, it lost its rebellious tone.Some of these visions, like Zionism and socialism, may occasionally become reality.Perhaps for the first time since the birth of Zionism a century ago, we are a people without a vision.It is not appropriate to reopen the question of Zionism and racism.They argue that Zionism is exclusionist and thus racist.Brandeis had been drawn to Zionism not as a nationalist rebellion but as a philanthropic gesture.The sticking points, according to the official, concern existing references to Zionism and the issue of reparation for slavery.