Zionism is a branch of 19th and 20th century nationalism that had the specific goal of establishing a state for Jewish people. The difference then later marks those who were willing to live alongside Arabs and Palestinians and those who didn't even want to think about that. That is where the crucial distinction lies. Also, like Pan - Arabism, it has some points that are legitimate and well entitled to keeping in law because it follows the points of recognition and self determination.<quoted text>
How do you define zionism?
You should read Ben Gurion's speech and go to the Herzl Museum in Jerusalem.