Category Archives: Secular Zionism Today

Can Jews demand to live in Eretz Israel, if their desire is not backed by Torah? Can other beliefs provide the same commitment to Zionism ideals, as Judaism? If not, why do so many non-religious zionists eventually commit such attrocious anti-zionist crimes, or subscribe to anti-zionist movement and ideals. Binyamin Ze’ev Kahane criticizes and belittles secular zionism in these articles.

Et tu, Eitan?

In an interview with Arutz-7, Michael Eitan was asked whether he is the same Michael Eitan he was when he stood in the opposition. His answer: No. Eitan’s “desertion” of the nationalist camp is particularly painful to the right-wingers, since … Continue reading

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Zachi HaNegbi and the Bankruptcy of Secular Zionism

If there was not a Zachi HaNegbi, we would have had to invent him. What better example is there to illustrate the bankruptcy of secular nationalism. Who can better teach us how even the most fervent of them has no … Continue reading

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Ideology vs. Realism

Many ask: What happened to Netanyahu, Zachi HaNegbi, Limor Livnat, Michael Eitan and all the other right-wingers who are so willing to support the Oslo Accords and the evacuation of Hebron? Their answer is: “There is ideology, and then there … Continue reading

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