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Only Theodor Herzl’s "ism" has bucked the trend, remaining fresh, relevant, and a very big success 120 years after its launch.
Rev. William Hechler – a humble man of God who did for Herzl and the Zionist movement what no Jew could do.
French author’s bold stand bore fruit a century later
"Don't rely on help from strangers," PM says, echoing Zionist leader.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
During the six-month test period, early-adopter passengers on the Jerusalem-Tel Aviv train line got an insider look at the phenomenon of mind-setting through negative news.
By GOL KALEV
Herzl sent postcards to his daughter while travelling to the Middle East, the only time he ever visited the land of Israel.
By ZACK EVANS
He noted that some of the leading figures in contemporary Jewish history such as Theodor Herzl, Nahum Sokolov and Benjamin Ze'ev Jabotinsky "were writers and reporters who told our story."
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Known in Hebrew as Har Hazikaron (the Mount of Memory) as well as Har Herzl, Israel’s national cemetery is symbolically located adjoining the Yad Vashem Holocaust Remembrance Center and the Jerusalem
By OREN OPPENHEIM
The prime minister showed off his wittier side during a 40-minute interview in Washington, DC.
By HERB KEINON
Even a year before the Congress, Herzl was mocked by Jewish-owned Austrian newspaper Wiener Allgemine Zeitung.
Marking the 120th anniversary of the First Zionist Congress.
By NATAN ODENHEIMER
The journey that was embarked on in the First Zionist Congress was the beginning of a Jewish transformation.
“They say no one is irreplaceable, but I don’t know if someone else could have started the great process that Herzl put in motion."
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