Of course post-zionism exists, namely because the goal of zionism was the creation of a Jewish state, and many regard zionism as a past relic. The state exists and post-zionists recognize the need to look beyond. In most ways post-zionism is more historically accurate than zionism since it is freed by the need to scew historical fact in order to reach an end goal. Nationalists histories are like conducting scientific experiments in reverse, in which all data must point to a certain hypothesis no matter what. Post-modern discourse approaches history in a more scientific manner; facts point to their own truths. Lastly, Shlomo Avenieri seems to be of the opinion that Palestinian and [Jewish] Israeli national narratives are diametrically opposed and mutually exclusive. This is not the case. For the most part Palestinians hope for statehood on those lands which have been occupied since 1967. There is no reason to believe someday with peace that the two narratives cannot coexist.
Three minors arrested in Jaffa for throwing rocks at a bus; no injuries reported (Haaretz)
from the article: Post-Zionism doesn't exist