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Herzl

Theodor . 1860--1904, Austrian writer, born in Hungary; founder of the Zionist movement. In The Jewish State (1896), he advocated resettlement of the Jews in a state of their own
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Herzl 2 will start by asking: where did Herzl 1 go wrong?
Theodor Herzl started his diary at the beginning of June 1895.
Moreover, they are convinced that Herzl and Herzen are two versions of the same name:
Herzl Chai of Tel Aviv University's School of Mechanical Engineering, in collaboration with scientists from George Washington University and the U.
Summary: Political Zionism led by Theodor Herzl would not have come into existence were it not for European anti-Semitism, pogroms in Russia and a fear lest the emergence of the Jews from the ghetto and their integration into the economic, political, media and academic systems of the day provoke a sharp and violent reaction against them.
But as all of Zionism's founding fathers gathered for their first Congress at Basel in Switzerland, Herzl was among the first to appreciate the need to drop the word state from all public policy pronouncements.
Karnei Shomron Local Council head Herzl Ben-Ari told Ynet that Barak's decision was 'part of the great rehashing project,' adding that construction on the new neighborhood began as early as 1999 and that 'all that was needed was to extend its lease.
Garaudy said that America is the forefront of degeneration and that Zionism refers to the political movement founded by Theodore Herzl.
Piterberg takes Herzl to task through an engaging comparison with his contemporary, Bernard Lazare.
The Zionist organisation was founded by Theodore Herzl at the first Zionist Congress in the Swiss city of Basel on August 29, 1897, with the aim of establishing a home for the Jewish people in Palestine.
In 1897, the founding father of Zionism, Theodor Herzl, stated that once in power the aim would be to "spirit the penniless population (the Palestinians) across the borders.
In 2005, researchers used focus groups in Toronto to assess satisfaction among women attending one of two integrated programs--the Toronto Center for Substance Use in Pregnancy or the Herzl Family Practice Centre.