The Italian-Jewish conductor Arturo Toscanini thanks Bronislaw Huberman, the founder of the Palestine Symphony Orchestra, at the opening concert in Tel Aviv in 1936. Huberman, who foresaw the Holocaust, persuaded 75 Jewish musicians from major European orchestras to immigrate to Palestine, creating what he called the “materialization of the Zionist culture in the fatherland.” (Photo by Abraham Pisarek via Getty Images)

There’s no one way to be a Zionist: Six different types of Zionist thought (Part 2)

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There is no one way to be a Zionist. We unpack six schools of thought and the range of Zionist ideas that continue to shape the conversation today. This is part 2 of a two-part series. Read part one here: https://unpacked.education/article/theres-no-one-way-to-be-a-zionist-six-different-types-of-zionist-thought/

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