The Journal of History     Winter 2007    TABLE OF CONTENTS

Zionism Promotes Anti-Semitism

By True Torah Jews Against Zionism

Theodor Herzl (1860-1904), the founder of modern Zionism, recognized that anti-Semitism would further his cause, the creation of a separate state for Jews.

To solve the Jewish Question, he maintained "we must, above all, make it an international political issue." Herzl wrote that Zionism offered the world a welcome "final solution of the Jewish question." In his "Diaries," page 19, Herzl stated "Anti-Semites will become our surest friends, anti-Semitic countries our allies."

Zionist reliance on Anti-Semitism to further their goals continues to this day. Studies of immigration records reflect increased immigration to the Zionist state during times of increased anti-Semitism. Without a continued inflow of Jewish immigrants to the state of "Israel," it is estimated that within a decade the Jewish population of the Zionist state will become the minority. In order to maintain a Jewish majority in the state of "Israel," its leaders promote anti-Semitism throughout the world to "encourage" Jews to leave their homelands and seek "refuge."

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