The more you think about it, the thinner the reasons for continuing Zionism look. A non-Zionist Israel would still have Jewish immigration, as well as non-Jewish immigration and could still prioritise Jews, and non-Jews, in serious danger. It's not that different from the asylum laws in most countries, plus most countries will obviously prioritise people with ethnic links to them. You're still not giving me good reasons for the Zionism industry to continue and for Jews from safe homes in the US, France, GB etc. to get better treatment than Israeli Arabs. Does Zionism ultimately come down to the fact that it makes Jews special, makes them feel Israel is more theirs than the Arabs and guarantees them more consideration in the running of Israel than Arabs get?
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