Opportunities seized

Opportunities seized – others not: reflections on Theodor Herzl’s 120th jahrzeit

120 years ago this week – July 3, 1904 – Theodor Herzl died at the age of 44 in the Alpine village of Edlach, not far from Vienna. The Father of Zionism, as he is known, had converted to Zionism just 9 years earlier, in 1895 – and yet in that relatively brief period he managed to push the cause forward like none of the numerous Zionists before him.
But in what condition did Herzl leave Zionism upon his early death?

Read more here: THE TIMES OF ISRAEL

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