When Jews Praised Mussolini and Supported Nazis: Meet Israel's First Fascists

Some worrying components of Hebrew fascism are still evident in Israel's right wing, 80 years on

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Members of the Brit Habiryonim Revisionist underground. Its aim was to get the country’s youth to see the light about nationalism.
Members of the Brit Habiryonim Revisionist underground. Its aim was to get the country’s youth to see the light about nationalism. Credit: Jabotinsky Institute
Dan Tamir
Benito Mussolini (second from left), and other fascist leaders, in the March on Rome, October 28, 1922, which led to their bloodless ascent to power. Credit: Roger-Viollet / © LAPI / AFP
Uri Zvi Greenberg. Disappointed in socialist circles. Credit: Zoltan Kluger/GPO

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