How appropriate are arguments for and against Zionism based on blood, genes, ethnicity, or race?

Judaism had been “a dynamic and proselytizing religion at least between the second century BCE and the eighth century CE.” Jews later grew cautious about conversion, not wanting to offend the dominant Christian and Moslem authorities. But converts and their descendants made up a large part of the world’s Jews, especially in the lands all … Continue reading How appropriate are arguments for and against Zionism based on blood, genes, ethnicity, or race?