That is a hasty generalization, and I can provide a personal anecdote to prove so. I have a friend that went to religious school with me. When he turned 12, he became an atheist. I can honestly state that he is adamant about supporting Israel, much more than I am, yet he is anti-Zionist. He considers the modern Zionist movement overly nationalistic. He is in full support of a possible military strike by Israel on Iran, and even believes the United States should aid them. He believes Israel has the right to exist, and the right to defend itself.
Originally Posted by Gator Monroe
I have the same sentiments. Now, I am a reformed Jew. I fully support a possible military strike by Israel on Iran, believe Israel has the right to defend itself, and support the right of Israel to exist. I do not want the United States aiding Israel in a military strike unless they ask. I consider the Zionist movement overly nationalistic, not in its earlier form, because that is what allowed Israel to exist, but in its modern form.
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