Second Zionist Revolution

Translation / Interpretation / Caption Text

Hebrew translation:

(Im tirtzu) - If you will it ...

Curator's note: The Hebrew phrase, "im tirtzu", is the conditional opening premise of Theodor Herzl's famous slogan which became the foundational rallying cry of political Zionism, "if you will it (a Jewish state) it is no dream"

See: The Jews Who Will It Will Have Their State


Cities were plastered with posters featuring a caricature of NIF president Naomi Chazan wearing a horn - that's the level that the "movement" behind the campaign sinks to - and with the last name of that reviled figure, Goldstone, added to hers.

Source: Ha'aretz