The Jewish Revolution; Jewish Statehood
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The Jewish Revolution; Jewish Statehood

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With The Jewish Revolution classical Zionism has found its true interpretation. In the highest tradition of the soldier-statesman, Dr. Israel Eldad advocates a form of Zionism that is unpopular in conventional society. He condemns establishmentarian, social-club Zionism as a belittling of Jewish history and a threat to Jewish lives. In its place, he calls for a revolutiona...more
Hardcover, 157 pages
Published July 10th 2007 by Gefen Publishing House (first published 2007)
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One does not have to agree with Israel Eldad's assertions and presumptions, let alone his revolutionary methods and personal politics, to find The Jewish Revolution worth reading. The book is, in some respects, quite dated, and, as I implied above, some of Eldad's assertions stretch or frankly belie the truth. That said, to those who are interested in pursuing a personal account of the rationale behind Eldad's wing (i.e., the more extreme and hardline elements) of the Zionist movement, I would c...more
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