To address some of these responses it must be considered that both Zionism and Post-Zionism are umbrella terms for many sub-varieties. Many along this post seem to take the terms for granted without giving them much meaning. The various streams of Zionism seem to be more well known (socialist Zionism, religious Zionism, A7ad ha3am Zionsim, etc.) Post-Zionism also has many streams. On one end there are those streams that see no use in a "Jewish" state, willing to compromise Jewish statehood for binationality, etc. On the other end are Post-Zionists who simply see Zionism as a historical movement whose goal has already been acheived. In between are many other streams. For example many simply oppose some of the core beliefs of "Zionist orthodoxy" such as the traditional Zionist opinion that there can be no Jewish normality in the diaspora or that all Jews must move to Israel. Other post-Zionist groups recognize the rise of an Israeli identity as unique from general Jewish identity.
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from the article: Post-Zionism doesn't exist