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Brandeis' Journal of Zionist Thought
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Chalav U'Dvash: Brandeis' Journal of Zionist Thought is an independent forum for discussion relating to Israel, Zionism, and the Jewish People. In this respect, Chalav U'Dvash has no ideological or political bias, and we invite all readers to respond; letters to the editors may be addressed to letters@chalav.org.
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Zionism Outside of Zion

Classical Zionist thought emphasized aliyah (immigration to Israel) as the paradigm of support for Israel, and looked unfavorably on the future of the Diaspora. Zionist ideology should be expanded to include other Jewish activities which end up benefiting both Israeli and Diaspora Jews.

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A Fork in the Road

It is reasonable to say that the events of August 2005 to January 2006 have changed the State of Israel forever, possibly even more than the Six Day War did. As the clock ticks, Israel must make hard choices to determine her future.

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Towards New Jewish Civilization

In today's quickly shrinking world, Jewish cultural consciousness and sovereignty are under attack. In order to preserve Jewish culture, the Jews must establish themselves as an independent, alternative civilization.
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Chalav U'Dvash: Brandeis' Journal of Zionist Thought (Print ISSN 1559-1069, Online ISSN 1559-1077) is an independent forum for discussion relating to Israel, Zionism, and the Jewish People and is a recognized club by the Brandeis Student Union. We publish a journal twice per semester, and copies are available free-of-charge to Brandeis students. Contact us to request copies.

Chalav U'Dvash has no ideological or political bias. We give our writers the opportunity and freedom to express their opinions and viewpoints within a well-researched and factual framework, and so any bias within Chalav U'Dvash is strictly that of our writers and not the journal itself.

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