[her-tsuh l; English hurt-suh l, hairt-]
- The·o·dor [tey-aw-dohr] /ˈteɪ ɔˌdoʊr/, 1860–1904, Hungarian-born Austrian Jewish writer and journalist: founder of the political Zionist movement.
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Were he alive, Herzl might have grounds to sue—but the open-minded journalist would know better.The 'Defenders of Zionism' Lose Their Case
September 9, 2013
Herzl thought he could stop it by moving Jews out of its path and into their own land.UK Jew’s Harassment Claim Fails
April 1, 2013
Herzl believed that, beyond the victims of racism themselves, “only a Jew can fathom” African slavery, in all its “horror.”What Obama Should Say In Jerusalem
March 18, 2013
His father was very much in this mode, a Hungarian refugee, secular, "emancipated," but much like Herzl, shaped by anti-Semitism.How Yair Lapid's Gambit Ends
March 7, 2013
Herzl writes to Rhodes in his diary on Zionism, You are the only man who can help me now….Wilf’s Colonialism Denial
April 20, 2012
"The Jewish State" was not regarded by Herzl as a piece of literature.
The inner apotheosis was drawing nearer and nearer for Herzl.
It was upon the Jewish masses that Herzl made a tremendous impression.
Herzl was given an opportunity to see Count Eulenberg in Vienna.
Whatever the fact may be, the first venture of Herzl in Constantinople was not successful.
- Theodor (ˈteːodoːr). 1860–1904, Austrian writer, born in Hungary; founder of the Zionist movement. In The Jewish State (1896), he advocated resettlement of the Jews in a state of their own
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