Beyond the settler movement.
Settling all the land.
Since the beginning of modern Zionism, some Jews have stood in opposition to it.
Rabbis Kook and Soloveitchik offered differing views on what the modern state means theologically.
Yeshayahu Leibowitz believed traditional Judaism has no precedent for a modern Jewish state like Israel.
A Reform declaration of Zionistic belief
In viewing Judaism as a religion and not a nation, Reform Judaism saw the early Zionist movement as a threat.
Groups like Neturei Karta and the Satmar Hasidim bitterly oppose the modern State of Israel.
Religious Zionists believe that the Jewish return to Israel hastens the Messiah.
An excerpt from "The Jewish State"
New Historians, new understandings of the past, and recent critiques of Zionist discourse