Zion in Winter

Brody, Shlomo
February 2010
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Feb2010, Issue 200, p17
The author discusses the situation of the religious movement called Zionism in Israel. He cites that the emergence of the Zionist movement in the nineteenth century that was both accepted and rejected by the Jews. He also presents the descendants of the groups that rejected the movement, including the Ultra-Orthodox Israelis and the anti-Zionist group called Neturei Karta. The various leaders of the Zionist movement are also cited, including Rabbi Abraham Kook and Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik.


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