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A shot at Zionism

Ariel Sharon has shot an arrow right into the heart of Zionism, writes Grete Gaulin.

(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)

The year is 1894. The place is Paris. Journalist Theodor Herzl covers trial against alleged traitor Alfred Dreyfus for the newspaper New Free Press. Anti-Semitism rides the country like a pomp. The accused and the emissary are both Jews.

Only two years later comes the book The Jewish state – a kind of socialist utopia about a separate homeland for the Jews. Herzl has given up Europe. The dream of liberation and acceptance within old and new nation states lies in ruins.

Such was the early starting point,. . .

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