Translation of Zionism in Spanish:


sionismo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈzʌɪənɪz(ə)m//ˈzaɪəˌnɪzəm/


  • 1

    sionismo masculine
    • You made what you view as a distinction between Israeli people, Jewish people and Zionism.
    • Theodore Herzl conceived the idea of modern political Zionism while covering the ‘Affair’ for the Vienna Neue Freie Presse.
    • The pamphlet details the history of Zionism, the political movement for a Jewish homeland.
    • Until then, far larger numbers of European Jews looked to socialism than to Zionism as the means for achieving equality.
    • Jewish immigrants, inspired by Zionism and escaping from anti-Semitism, came in increasing numbers, mainly from Eastern Europe.
    • This is why some heavily orthodox Jewish groups oppose Zionism as it exists today.
    • However, my father was a follower of Jabotinsky, the founder of the version of Zionism that rules Israel today.
    • Religious, cultural, and political differences, including Zionism, divided Jewish immigrants, old and new, into numerous conflicting camps.
    • It played a significant role in the creation of modern political Zionism, despite the officially secular nature of the movement.
    • We diverged politically and personally as time went on, especially on issues of Jewish identity and Zionism / Israel, but remained in permanent dialogue.