A century after the Balfour Declaration, 70 years since the UN resolution on the partition of the Land of Israel followed by the establishment of the state of Israel, and 50 years since the Six-Day War, the legitimacy of the Zionist idea is still under attack, especially in the context of the unresolved conflict with the Palestinians. Israel and the Jewish people should view this campaign as a long-term strategic threat and confront it with an orderly strategy and appropriate tools, as they did and succeeded in confronting the previous waves of attack on the embodiment of the Zionist idea: military, terrorist, economic, and political.
Antisemitism and De-Legitimization
- Table of Contents
- Introduction by Avinoam Bar-Yosef
- A Note to the Reader
- Overview By Dennis Ross
- What Is De-legitimization and How Does it Differ from Criticism?
- How Can we Differentiate between De-legitimization and Criticism?
- Key Drivers Behind the De-Legitimization Phenomenon
- The De-Legitimization Campaign – Key Characteristics, Modes of Operation, and Effects
- Guidelines for Developing a Counter Strategy and Practical Tools to Fight De-legitimization