Like No Other People, Jews Remain Rooted in Their Past https://mosaicmagazine.com/response/israel-zionism/2016/05/like-no-other-people-jews-remain-rooted-in-their-past/

None of the great Jewish arguments that raged in the 19th century—tradition versus modernity, secularism versus religion, nationalism versus universalism—is over with.

May 31, 2016 | Hillel Halkin
About the author: Hillel Halkin’s books include Yehuda HaleviAcross the Sabbath RiverMelisande: What are Dreams? (a novel), Jabotinsky: A Life (2014), and, most recently, After One-Hundred-and-Twenty (Princeton). 
This is a response to Where Is the Jews’ Homeland?, originally published in Mosaic in May 2016

Jews praying at the Western Wall in the 19th century.

I thank Alan Mintz, Lewis Glinert, and Dara Horn for their appreciative remarks on my essay, “Where Is the Jews’ Homeland?

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