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Sunday, 11 March 2012

More on the Jewish dream of world empire



Theodor Herzl and Max Mandelstamm in Austria in 1903.


Russian Jewish doctor and prominent Zionist Max Mandlestamm, stated 
to the Second Zionist Congress, in Basle, Switzerland, in August 1898:
The Jews energetically reject the idea of fusion with the other nationalities and cling firmly to their historical hope, i.e., of world empire. 
From a report of one who took part in the congress in Le Temps, Sept. 2, 1898. As quoted in:
Chamberlain, H. S.. Foundations of the Nineteenth Century. Volume I. John Lane, London, 1910. p.336. and in reprint.




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