The explosive dilemma of 'collaboration' with the Nazis in order to save German Jews split the Zionist movement in the 1930s.00:01 01.05.16 | 0 comments
I agree with much of Strenger's argument. But he contradicts himself when he writes, "The very raison d’etre of Israel’s existence is for Jews to have a state of their own ..." Doesn't that have to change for Israel to be "Jewish in the modern sense"? What about non-Jews living in Israel? Is Israel not their state, too? And do Jews who live outside Israel get to "have" Israel more than do non-Jews living in Israel and Palestinians expelled from Israel?