Judaism; Past and Present
An arresting article by Lessing J. Rosenwald, title “Jews, Arabs and Zionism,” was carried in the American Mercury for March 1955. We are indebted to Mr. Rosenwald for point out some distinctions which ar ento clear to non-Jews generally. He feels that American involvement in Middle Eastern affairs requires a better understanding of the terms used to discuss it, and with this statement we are in hearty agreement.
Mr. Rosenwald says:
“One of the first steps Americans might take toward a better understanding of the Middle East, and therefore toward eventual peace in the area, would be to understand the distinction between Zionists, Jews an