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A list of Citizendium articles, and planned articles, about Zionism.
See also changes related to Zionism, or pages that link to Zionism or to this page or whose text contains "Zionism".

Parent topics

  • Israel [r]: Country in the Middle East. [e]
  • Judaism [r]: Monotheistic religion of the Jewish people based on the Torah. [e]
  • Antisemitism [r]: In basic usage, hostility against, or persecution of, Jews, rather than ethnically Semitic people in general, or non-Semitic Jews [e]
  • Diaspora [r]: Please do not use this term in your topic list, because there is no single article for it. Please substitute a more precise term. See Diaspora (disambiguation) for a list of available, more precise, topics. Please add a new usage if needed.
    • Aliyah [r]: The act of emigration to Israel by a Jew [e]

Subtopics

Historic Zionism

Modern Zionism

Rightist

Leftist

Criticism

Other related topics

  • The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy [r]: A controversial book by two American academics, suggesting that the relationship between the United States and Israel is dysfunctional, but affected by a loose but politically powerful set of interest groups in both countries [e]
  • Jewish American [r]: A term for United States citizens of Jewish, by birth or conversion, or who identify with Jewish culture or ethnicity whether or not they are religiously Jewish; may or may not support Zionism [e]
  • Eliezer Ben-Yehuda [r]: (1858-1922) Zionist journalist and lexicographer, the single person most responsible for the rebirth of Hebrew as a living language. [e]
  • Erich Mendelsohn [r]: (1887 – 1953), German Jewish architect, known for the 'expressionist' buildings he made during the Weimar republic. [e]
  • Hebrew language [r]: A semitic language used by ancient Israelites and Jewish communities, and revived as a modern language by Israeli Jews. [e]
  • Ottoman Empire [r]: An empire, informally the Turkish Empire, that dominated most of the Middle East from the 14th to early 20th century. [e]