Im Tirtzu (Hebrew: lit. 'If you will it') is a Zionist extra-parliamentary group based in Israel. Its name is based on a phrase by Theodor Herzl – "If you will it, it is no dream." Im Tirtzu is mostly known for its campaign against the New Israel Fund and against the alleged biasing of university curriculum. It was founded in 2006 by Ronen Shoval, who also serves as a chairman, and Erez Tadmor, who also serves as a spokesman. It has been described as belonging to the ultra-right, though it describes itself as "centrist".
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