Ze'ev Jabotinsky

THEN-PRIME MINISTER Ariel Sharon in 2002 in Tel Aviv sits under a picture of Ze’ev Jabotinsky, a key
Exploring, debunking ‘Hebrew fascism’

Historian Dan Tamir uncovers controversial trends in the pre-state era, but exonerates Jabotinsky.

Book review: In need of daring leaders

Ross and Makovsky use their insider view of negotiations to argue for taking risks for peace.

By COLIN SHINDLER
18/09/2019
Who would Jabo vote for?

Jabotinsky would probably find pride in the fact that a son of Ben-Zion Netanyahu z”l, who was his closest aid and an acclaimed historian, is carrying the torch.

By OPHIR FALK , YARON SCHWARTZ
01/08/2019
Ze'ev Jabotinsky’s fake news incident

‘Fake news” is not a new concept. Ze’ev (Vladimir) Jabotinsky, whose yahrzeit, or death anniversary, is today, the 29th of the Hebrew month Tammuz 1940, was a victim.

By YISRAEL MEDAD , ELI POLLAK
01/08/2019
Who is Ze’ev Jabotinsky?

Some background ahead of Jabotinsky Day

LEVI ESHKOL takes over the premiership from David Ben-Gurion in 1963
Israeli premiership’s finest hour: Levi Eshkol

Tragedy has seldom been more intense.

How it really was! - An unusual trio – Jabotinsky, Ben-Gurion and Begin

If we can look dispassionately at Vladimir Jabotinsky and David Ben-Gurion’s principles, we find something there is a marked similarity in ideals, albeit due to differences of place and time.

Betar
Betar Zionist youth movement celebrates 95 years at Jerusalem conference

Attending along with the current teenage members was 94-year-old Idit Liberman, whose meeting with Zev Jabotinsky in Germany led to her escape from the Holocaust.

By BEN BRESKY
21/02/2019
Naftali Bennett and Ayelet Shaked address the media, November 19, 2018
Middle Israel: The gospel according to Naftali Bennett

Indeed, political secession almost always fail, and Bennett’s will be no exception.

Israeli's march with flags (illustrative)
Jabotinsky would be ashamed of the Nation-State Law

“It is foolish to identify majority rule with the essence of democracy and freedom.... In an ideal state, compromise between majority and minority should be a permanent rule.”

By ASHER KOZMA
21/09/2018
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