He held aloof, for this very reason, from all Zionist schemes.
The Zionist Movement.-The Zionist movement (see Zionism), founded in 1895 by Theodor Herzl was in a sense the outcome of anti-Semitism.
He formed a new party, the World Union of Zionist Revisionists in 1925, and the youth movement Betar.
At successive Zionist congresses Jabotinsky established himself as one of the great orators of his day and as the chief spokesman for the opposition.
In 1969 damage due to arson attack by a Zionist zealot took twenty years to repair.
The rise in gospel music began in the early 20th century, when Zionist churches began springing up around the country.
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