noun see territorialism

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  • Territorialism — was a Jewish political movement calling for creation of a sufficiently large and compact Jewish territory (or territories), not necessarily in the Land of Israel and not necessarily fully autonomous.Before 1905 some Zionist leaders took seriously …   Wikipedia

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  • ZIONIST SOCIALIST WORKERS' PARTY — (or SS, the initials of Zionists Socialists in Russian), territorialist group in Russia founded at a conference held (interrupted as a result of the arrests of its participants) in Odessa, in January–February 1905. The party was the outcome of… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Jewish political movements — refer to the organized efforts of Jews to build their own political parties or otherwise represent their interest in politics outside of the Jewish community. From the time of the destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans to the foundation of Israel …   Wikipedia

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