I also take issue with Avineri's criticism of the view that Judaism is fundamentally a religious, rather than a national, phenomenon. The religious component of Judaism has survived thousands of years; the state is a few decades old. It seems rather rash to jettison that which has stood us in good faith throughout the centuries for the sake of a new ideological trend. I would suggest that the need to deny the validity of post-Zionism derives from the refusal to contemplate the inclusion of the religious component in the national narrative.
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from the article: Post-Zionism doesn't exist