No Apologies: How to Respond to Slander of Israel and Jews

Cease assuming the posture of defendants, the great Zionist leader Vladimir Jabotinsky urged his fellow Jews in 1911; we have nothing to apologize for.

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Christian Ditsch/ullstein bild via Getty Images.

Observation
Nov. 28 2016
About the authors

Vladimir Jabotinsky was born in Odessa in 1880 and died in upstate New York in 1940.

Brian Horowitz, the Sizeler Family professor at Tulane University, is writing an intellectual history of the Zionist movement in Russia and has recently edited the English translation of Vladimir Jabotinsky’s Story of My Life (2016).

Conor Daly, a linguist, comments regularly on Russian and Ukrainian affairs for Irish television and radio.


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