• Why do zionist Jews, never refer to themselves as Hebrews ?

    In fact I've never heard Anti - zionist, or simply non - zionist Jews refer to themselves in such a way. This is I think understandable, amongst those, (such as Arthur Koestler), who don't depend on the belief of some racial connection to the Middle East. Arabs with genes (attributed to Crusaders), for blond hair blond hair, and blue... show more
    In fact I've never heard Anti - zionist, or simply non - zionist Jews refer to themselves in such a way. This is I think understandable, amongst those, (such as Arthur Koestler), who don't depend on the belief of some racial connection to the Middle East. Arabs with genes (attributed to Crusaders), for blond hair blond hair, and blue eyes, well integrated amongst Arab populations, are not so common, as to form a stereotype. Ashkenazim zionists however, who rely on the belief of Jewishness being racial, not just religious, while commonly indistinguishable from Europeans, claim a racial link to the Middle East, and still never seem to use the word, "Hebrew".
    4 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 7 years ago