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A Strange Paradox: How a Subliminalist Idea of Zion is So Hard to Fathom

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Aug 28, 2020 at 12:43

Adding '-ism' to a term is sometimes limiting an understanding of what the original intent was meant to be. That more than a significant majority of the world have an antagonistic view of Zion, and the heavy adversity to 'Zionism' is palpable in so many hostile ways, even Israel, cannot but help to lead to strong misunderstandings and not really preparing Israel for the world to come. Why is that? The Hebrew Holy Writ, if correctly understood, tells why. Guess who declares ownership of Zion; anyone; anyone?

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