A discussion document: a political position on the Arab Revolution, Zionism and the right of the Hebrew nation to self-determination.
Israel in a Historical Perspective: From Generation to Generation – The Origins of the 1967 War. From "The Other Israel (1972): The Radical Case Against Zionism"
While Avneri warns against militarization and Spartanization, he never ceases to glorify the Israeli army. While repeatedly declaring his desire for peace, he becomes a rabid chauvinist once a war breaks out. While critical of zionism he pleads loyalty to patriotism and accuses his opponents of damaging the national interest.
Especially hysterical is the incitement and haranguing issued by those Israeli journalists who are in the habit of wrapping themselves in a cloak of “decency” and even “progressiveness”, and who like to pretend that they are not quite happy about the Israeli establishment: Uri Avnery, Amos Kenan and Boaz Evron.
Zionism, the "Jewish Power" movement aiming to re-establish Jewish independence by means of colonisation in Palestine, was forced ‒ by its own aims and means ‒ into a partnership with British colonialism and later with US imperialism.
When Zionists talk of "the threat of annihilation", they do not mean "physical extermination" but mainly the denial of special rights to Jews in Palestine. Zionists will only accept the principle of "one person ‒ one vote" as long as Jews are in the majority.