“Can a Jew be a good Jew and still be opposed to Zionism and to Israel?”

“Can a Jew be a good Jew and still be opposed to Zionism and to Israel?” This was one of the challenging questions posed by Mike Wallace, a Jew himself, to Abba Eban, Israel’s ambassador to the United States in 1958. That was back in the days when there wasn’t just daylight between Israel and the United States, but divisions could openly be discussed.

Meanwhile, don’t forget to enjoy the clean satisfying smoke of Parliament cigarettes.

Check out Noam Sheizaf’s post on the whole interview.

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1 thought on ““Can a Jew be a good Jew and still be opposed to Zionism and to Israel?”

  1. DE Teodoru

    WRITE HIS WORDS DOWN AND LOOK THEM OVER IN SENTENCE STRUCTURE. ONLY THEN YOU WOULD UNDERSTAND WHY HE TOOK NAME ABBA EBAN.

    Those of us schooled in 1960s know of the great Jewish debate then ongoing. What Eban didn’t include is that Judaism is a “cash cow” for the secular Ziofascism.

    All his career, Eban was a blah blah man and not a policy man!

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