#19, R. Did you ever read Herzl's Der Judenstaat? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • zmogus
    • 08.07.07 | 11:25 (IDT)

    If you really believe in your statement that "Palestinian world never existed and is an artificial creation", as opposite to other nation-building enterprises, you must be disastrously short in knowledge on three things: the nation-state philosophies of 18-19cc; the nationalism scholarship; and the founding ideological basis of the Zionism. I mean disastrously. Artificial creation was in the basis of every single nation-state emergence, and most of all, in the case of Israel-making. In the Zionist ideologies it was a manifested intention of the founding fathers, the ontological motivationand a passing test to the title of a "nation". Perhaps "taking nation's will into one's hands" resounds to you only with Nazi NS, but I have to inform that it is much more relevant to Israel than your dhimmi delirium is relevant to GB. So far Israel subjects to dhimmitude entire people outside it's borders, and if you dislike dhimmitude term, you might like 'apartheid' better.

    from the article: History Erased
    First published 00:00 05.07.07 | Last updated 00:00 06.07.07
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