I doubt it very much. It is quite common for the self-image of people to be at variance with the projected image. For example, I am sure that there are right wing Jews who believe they can be Zionists and Humanitarians at the same time, but the image they project is one of greed, oppression, and injustice. This is not only the image they project to me as a critic of Israel. Many Diaspora Jews also get this image., as well as impartial people around the world. Anyway, for these right wing Jews, there is no choice to make. They will take Zionism and they will be as "humanitarian" as possible. It is not possible for the "Humanitarians" to meet with the Zionists and hammer out a compromise. The Zionists want the land, they want the Jewish nation, they want the love and respect of the world, they want the Palestinians to become happy as they are, they want everybody to get along in this paradise of Zionism. If they had to give up any of these, the last to go would be the land. The modern definition of Zionism is expansion without limit.
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