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Zionism and True Torah Jews
Zionism ideology believes that the Jews are a nation or people like any other nation in the
world, and there is always a need for them to gather together in one homeland. Zionism is seen
as the self-conscious Jewish analogue that led to the German and the Italian national movements
of liberation that took place in the nineteenth century. In 1891, Nathan Birnbaum, an Australian
publicist came up with the Zionism ideology so that it would be rhetorically used as a description
of the efforts and the ideas that the Jews so as to be able to go back to their homeland which is
currently used by Christians that are evangelical that want the Jews to be ready to go back to
their home in Israel as a way of hastening the "Christian Zionism" which is the second coming.
On the other hand, True Torah Jews is a group of the Orthodox Jews that have completed
believes in the laws of God that are found in the old testament of the holy book. This group is
highly characterized by precious people who have very high regard to the god of their forefather
and their fathers. They are yet to come to agree that Jesus Christ as the message that they have
long awaited for. They are more of the description of traditional Jews.
Those who believe in the Zionism ideology think that God has gathered Israel as
fulfillments of his prophecy to his homeland. The true Torah Jews, however, believe that God
usually does not have anything to do with those who believe in the Zionist ideology. This is
because they view Zionism ideology as a group that chose to trade what the Jewish always desire

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which is to serve God under the laws that God gave them and they are clearly stated in the Old
Testament
True Torah Jews as well as believe in the Old Testament law that highlights the public desire of
their entire group having their nation.
Zionist is viewed as a nation that is repeating the same mistake that was made during the
days of Samuel by the Israelites. This is the fact that they need a nation that is like all the other
nations that surround them. They compare themselves with the surrounding nations. During the
days of Samuel, God saw it as a way in which the Israelites were rejecting God as their king. On
the other hand, the true Torah Jews are seen as keeping true to the desires of God by following
the laws that God set in the Old Testament.
True Torah Jews view the individuals that practice Zionism as those that are rebelling
against the creator. The practice of Zionism has over time exchanged emphasis on religion to
God in the Israelite homeland purpose all for achieving a nationalistic world goal alone.
The movement of Zionist after formation in the nineteenth century was after making the Jews
be able to believe in a nationalistic character that previously, they did not know about. These
new beliefs viewed as a way in which they were being misguided and drawn further from God,
believing and following in the Old Testament laws as instructed by God. This is viewed as an
ideology that is just being rebellious to what God expects of them.
The Zionist does not follow the commandments that were given to the Israelite by God,
famously known as the Torah. Apart from this, anyone who gets the power of the Zionist is
prevented from fulfilling or following the teachings of the Torah.

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Surname 1 Student Name Instructor’s Name Course Date Zionism and True Torah Jews Zionism ideology believes that the Jews are a nation or people like any other nation in the world, and there is always a need for them to gather together in one homeland. Zionism is seen as the self-conscious Jewish analogue that led to the German and the Italian national movements of liberation that took place in the nineteenth century. In 1891, Nathan Birnbaum, an Australian publicist came up with the Zionism ideology so that it would be rhetorically used as a description of the efforts and the ideas that the Jews so as to be able to go back to their homeland which is currently used by Christians that are evangelical that want the Jews to be ready to go back to their home in Israel as a way of hastening the "Christian Zionism" which is the second coming. On the other hand, True Torah Jews is a group of the Orthodox Jews that have completed believes in the laws of God that are found in the old testament of the holy book. This group is highly characterized by precious people who have very high regard to the god of their forefather and their fathers. They are yet to come to agree that Jesus Christ as ...
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