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Anti-Zionism is the opposition to Zionism. It should not be confused with anti-Semitism, though the two often go hand in hand in the media.

Some ultra-religious Jews, such as the Neturei Karta sect, are anti-Zionist. They believe that Jewish teaching says the Holy Land cannot be inherited until the Messiah comes.

Judaism is not Zionism. Judaism is a religion thousands of years old, and has become an important part of world culture over all those years. Zionism is a 19th century heresy. It is secular. Those who conceived and led the Zionist movement were not rabbis. They were more like the Bolsheviks, a cadre that for fifty years planned and carried out the takeover of Palestine. [1]

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