What are similarities between Zionism and nazism, why some people call it ZioNazism Is Israel the only country under ZioNazi control ?

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    Contrary to conventional views, Rigg reveals that a startlingly large number of German military men were classified by the Nazis as Jews or "partial-Jews" (Mischlinge), in the wake of racial laws first enacted in the mid-1930s. Rigg demonstrates that the actual number was much higher than previously thought-perhaps as many as 150,000 men, including decorated veterans and high-ranking officers, even generals and admirals.

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  • Robert
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    7 months ago

    Hello BravoSierra,

    As the Asker well-knows - There are no similarities.

    “Zionism” is simply Jewish nationalism, and if it were to be considered “wrong”, then the nationalism of other nations would also have to be wrong, for example Arab nationalism.

    Zionism forms part of the Jewish religion since the land of Israel and the Jewish religion cannot be separated, and the land of Israel is the ancestral homeland of the Jewish People, in which the Jews have unbroken presence since Biblical times.

    Zionism is the desire to protect the re-establishment of Israel within its historic homeland, with Zion – Jerusalem, as its capital, while respecting its neighbours. What is now East Jerusalem (aka the “Old City”), was the capital of all the previous Jewish kingdoms of Judea and (united) kingdom of Israel.

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    “Zion (Hebrew: צִיּוֹן‎‎ Tsiyyon), ... often used as a synonym for Jerusalem.[2][3] The word is first found in [the “Old Testament” Bible] 2 Samuel 5:7 which dates from c.630–540 BC according to modern scholarship.

    It commonly referred to a specific mountain near Jerusalem (Mount Zion), on which stood a Jebusite fortress of the same name that was conquered by [King] David and was named the City of David. The term Tzion [Zion] came to designate the area of Jerusalem where the [Jebusite] fortress stood, and later became a metonym for [King] Solomon's Temple, [and] the [Old] city of Jerusalem ...”.

    Footnotes:

    2. Longman, Tremper; Enns, Peter (2008). Dictionary of the Old Testament: Wisdom, Poetry & Writings: A Compendium of Contemporary Biblical Scholarship. InterVarsity Press. p. 936. ISBN 978-0-8308-1783-2.

    3. Anderson, Arnold Albert (1981). The book of Psalms. Eerdmans. ISBN 978-0-551-00846-5.

    Extract Source:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zion

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    Zionism can be traced to the first Exiles of Jewish People caused by foreign invasion and occupation as shown from the extract from Psalm 137 below. Yet the Jewish People have also had an unbroken presence in their ancestral homeland of Israel despite exiles of many of its people; an unbroken presence dating from Biblical times.

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    1. By the rivers of Babylon, there we sat, we also wept when we remembered Zion.

    2. On willows in its midst we hung our harps.

    3. For there our captors asked us for words of song and our tormentors [asked of us] mirth, "Sing for us of the song of Zion."

    4. How shall we sing the song of the Lord on foreign soil?"

    5. If I forget you, O Jerusalem, may my right hand forget [its skill].

    6. May my tongue cling to my palate, if I do not remember you, if I do not bring up Jerusalem at the beginning of my joy.

    http://www.chabad.org/library/bible_cdo/aid/16358/...

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    Although Israel is the ancestral homeland of the Jewish People, it respects all religions and is multicultural, being enriched by people from many ethnicities and religious backgrounds, including Palestinians some of whom have taken out citizenship.

    Israel respects its neighbours:

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    “We extend our hand to all neighbouring states and their peoples in an offer of peace and good neighbourliness, and appeal to them to establish bonds of cooperation and mutual help with the sovereign Jewish people settled in its own land. The State of Israel is prepared to do its share in a common effort for the advancement of the entire Middle East.”

    Israeli Proclamation of Independence.

    https://www.knesset.gov.il/docs/eng/megilat_eng.ht...

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    The “Palestinian” Arabs falsely-allege Israeli Jews all came from Europe. Some Jews are returnee-exiles, since the Jewish People have Judean heritage. Yet the Jewish People are indigenous to their ancestral homeland of Israel, with unbroken presence there from Biblical times:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographic_history_...

    Israel is Re-established within the Jewish ancestral homeland. There has never been any “Palestine” sovereign state by which the “Palestinian” Arabs could base any claim to the land of Israel. The Jews have unbroken presence in their land and previous sovereign states there, since Biblical times. Using the term “Palestine” to refer to the land of Israel is misleading, since there has never been any sovereign state of “Palestine”. The only valid-name for the land belongs to the Jewish-indigenous sovereign states before the Re-establishment of Israel in 1948, which are “Israel” or “Judea”, for example:

    The Jewish Hasmonean Kingdom of Judah (aka Judea) (including: West Bank, Gaza, and Golan Heights), with its capital of (now East) Jerusalem. Between 110 BCE / 754 BH and 63 BCE / 706 BH:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hasmonean_dynasty

    There has never been any sovereign state of “Palestine” upon which the “Palestinian” Arabs could base any claim to the land of Israel (Roman-imposed name “Palestine”). British Mandate Palestine was an admin. region; and before that the land of Israel was within the Ottoman province of “Syria”.

    From where then did “Palestine” as a name imposed on the land of Israel, come?

    The Romans imposed the name “Palæstina” (“Palestine”) on Roman-occupied Judea / Israel, resurrecting it from the smaller “Philistia” (approx. Gaza till Jaffa), in which the defunct Philistines had their five city kingdoms.

    The “Palestinian” Arabs have no connection with the ancient Philistines.

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    “After crushing the [Jewish] Bar Kokhba revolt [135 CE / 779 BH–778 BH], the Roman Emperor Hadrian applied [imposed] the name Syria Palestina to the entire region, that had formerly included Judea province.”

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syria_Palaestina

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    “... After Roman times the name [“Palestine”] had no official status until after ... the end of rule by the Ottoman Empire, when it was adopted for one of the regions mandated to Great Britain ...”.

    https://www.britannica.com/place/Palestine

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    “British Mandate Palestine” was an administrative region (not a sovereign state) and with a name resurrected from that imposed under Roman occupation of Jewish Judea - On the linked web page please scroll down and compare its 2nd second & 3rd maps:

    http://www.shamrak.com/Masada2000-HistoryofPalesti...

    The prior Ottoman Turkish empire did not use any such political term as “Palestine”, but rather Ottoman-occupied Judea / Israel was within the Ottoman province of “Syria”:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ottoman_Syria

    Anyone Jewish or non-Jewish can believe in the moral view that Zionism represents. Jewish Nationalism is no different to the Nationalism of other Peoples (see above).

    While Israel is a multicultural country with diverse ethnicities and religions, it is also indeed a home for the Jewish People (Re-established within the Jewish ancestral homeland); something for which the Jewish People have no need to apologize - to anyone !

    I hope this helps.

    Robert.

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    • BravoSierra7 months agoReport

      plz stop copy pasting what you don't understand.
      If Wikipédia is your source, stop the Junk you are doing.
      Israel is a Zioanzi Apartheid temporary state that will disappear in late 2020's

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  • BMCR
    Lv 7
    7 months ago

    "What are similarities between Zionism and nazism"

    None.

    "why some people call it ZioNazism"

    These "some people" are members of the anti Israel crowd. Who cares what they think?

    "Is Israel the only country under ZioNazi control"

    No, because there is no such thing as a "ZioNazi".

    As I have said over the years, calling Israel a "Nazi state" is like the schoolyard bully calling the kid he picks on the worst name he can think of.

    Some of us have progressed beyond grade school.

    Apparently, some have not.

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  • Kevin7
    Lv 7
    7 months ago

    Zionism has nothing in common with NAZISM!!!!!Israel has laws against religious,ethnic and racial discrimination. Ii is insulting to Jews to equate Nazism with Zionism!

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    • Contrary to conventional views, Rigg reveals that a startlingly large number of German military men were classified by the Nazis as Jews Rigg demonstrates that many as 150,000 men, including decorated veterans and high-ranking officers, even generals and admirals.

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  • 7 months ago

    People throw the word "Nazi" around these days. Mostly they use it to mean a repressive, controlling government. It doesn't necessarily have any other connection with Nazi Germany.

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