Unlike in Herzl’s France, Israel’s stability is provided by that secret formula planted in Deuteronomy by Moses: Political delegation.
Exploring the relationship between Hebrew literature, modern Hebrew and Zionism
Forty days without Moses is a long time.
On February 1, 1933, the day after the Nazis seized power, Herlitz directed a request to the executive branch of the Zionist organization to move the archives to Palestine.
Was the Exodus from Egypt only a dress rehearsal? Is it now?
In a recent sermon, a top PA religious official criticized Theodor Herzl as racist and Arthur Balfour as an antisemite.
Theodor Herzl is not only the visionary of The Jewish State; for the Jews he is a kind of modern biblical Moses.
Ask yourself and then your child: would you travel to Israel for free? Now ask: if necessary, would you travel to Israel to live?
If you have ever wanted to know the answer to these key questions of Zionist history, then the new World Zionist Organization Zionist Calendar may be for you.