Suggested Discussion Questions:
1. Twenty-five years ago, more than 90% of American Jews felt that Israel's security and safety was a matter that affected their own security and sense of well-being. That number has since declined dramatically, now closer to 50%. Do you feel that your security and safety is linked to the stability of the state of Israel? If your answer is "no," do you feel that your Jewish identity is linked to the state of Israel?
2. Would you call yourself a "Zionist"? Can you define the term? Would the definition "the national liberation movement of the Jewish people" make the term more or less appealing?
3. Do you identify more closely with the narrative and assumptions of the Exodus camp or the Sinai camp as it relates to Israel? Can you understand the narrative and assumptions of the other camp?