Evyatar Friesel

The Inverted Ideological Pyramids of Anti-Zionist Jews: The Case of Moshe Zuckermann

| March 30, 2017

Israeli professor Moshe Zuckermann’s notions about antisemitism, Israel, and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict are representative of a current in Jewish thinking: anti-Zionism among Jews in both Israel and the Diaspora. Zuckermann’s approach to developments in modern Jewry is based on assumptions that do not stand the test of historical analysis. The central factor in his thought is a visceral aversion to the Zionist idea and its realization.