Suing Britain over Balfour.
Until it was revoked.
Holocaust refugee, philanthropist, savior of Middle Eastern Christians, great advocate of European culture.
Lawrence’s commitment to Zionism ran much deeper than is often realized.
Toward the end of World War I, Chaim Weizmann, head of the World Zionist Organization and later the first president of Israel, established cordial relations. . .
For a visionary rabbi in London, the Balfour Declaration of 1917 signified nothing less than the advent of the messianic era.
The forgotten story of the arrogant, overbearing egotist who, with one speech, united the American Jewish community behind the Zionist idea and helped secure the Jewish future
In the words of a leading British Zionist: “The idea of Judaism is inseparable from the idea of the Jewish people, and the idea of. . .