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The State of Israel as a culmination of the Zionist enterprise represents a unique ideological school of thought. To what extent is this ideology compatible with Judaism in general and the philosophy of Chabad in particular?
From its inception, the dream of a modern autonomous Jewish homeland generated both excitement and controversy. How did Gedolei Yisroel and our Rebbeim react at the time? Did the Rebbe’s stance differ in any way from that of his predecessors?
What practical bearing do our ideological differences have? How do we provide our best support for our brothers in Eretz Yisrael while maintaining the integrity of our own principles? How do we navigate Religion and State in Eretz Yisrael?
This paper features a comprehensive overview of the Chabad attitude to the State of Israel, the background and battles of Zionism, ischalta d’Geula, and a host of related topics, including many practical hora’os from the Rebbe.