A history of Zionism
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The Zionist idea does not start with the French Revolution but has it's roots in 2000 years of exile from the Roman destruction of the temple and forced exile of the Jews from their homeland.
There where movements from then on for a return of the Jews to the Land of Israel as well as various migrations throughout the Third exile (70 BCE (AD) to 1948).
The author never really takes off his sneering demeanour about the Zionist movement or his leftist assimilationist world view, from what is clearly a left wing assimilationist standpoint.
Furthermore he downplays the fact that 99 % of Arabs who claim to be "Palestinian" are descendants from migrants who immigrated into the Holy Land after 1800 (most of them during the 1917-1948 British Mandate).
An objective study actually reveals that the Arabs have no legitimate claim on the Land of Israel whatsoever, and any study that tells us otherwise is simply dishonest, whether it claims balance or not.