No brief for Zionism

By Simon Rocker
May 4, 2010

The Jewish Tribune, the self-styled "voice of Anglo-Jewish Orthodoxy", carried this editor's footnote to a letter last week:

"Being the 'Voice of Anglo-Jewish Orthodoxy' does not mean we are obligated to accept anything the state of Israel does uncritically. We are frequently at odds with its treatment of the Charedi community and hold no brief for Zionism in any of its incarnations."


John Gold

Wed, 05/05/2010 - 13:54

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I kind of agree with their mandate, history informs us that when politics and religion merge you often have a very messy situation... Look at Constantine, papal rome, & various European christian missionary's arriving silmultaneasly with political conquest


Thu, 05/06/2010 - 09:13

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I completely agree with J T editor Dan Levy. The paper is free to look critically at any and all aspects of Zionism, the same as other media.


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