While there is not the slightest chance for the realization of their program, the Zionist Revisionists are useful from a Jewish viewpoint, states the “Near East and India Magazine,” in an editorial on the Revisionist congress concluded in Vienna this week.
From a Jewish viewpoint, it is useful to have the Zionist Revisionists within the Zionist movement, although their ideas have not the slightest chance of realization, firstly, because the majority of the Jewish people have abandoned the dream of militant nationalism for Palestine; secondly, the Arabs’ lack of consent for such a proposal, and thirdly, because the Mandatory Power is not forgetful of its international obligations, the magazine writes.
Credit is paid to the Revisionists by the paper for their energy, having youth on their side, it states.
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