I see the term "Zionist" thrown around a lot in our "9/11 Discussions", and in other aspects of things going on in the world... I want to make sure that people understand that a "Zionist" does not incorporate all jews, just as "Neoconservatives" doesn't incorporate all Christians... Also, as it turns out, some "Neoconservatives" are "Zionists", and vice versa...

So there's no confusion as to what either term is... here are their respective definitions:

P Pronunciation Key (z-nzm) n.
A Jewish movement that arose in the late 19th century in response to growing anti-Semitism and sought to reestablish a Jewish homeland in Palestine. Modern Zionism is concerned with the support and development of the state of Israel.

P Pronunciation Key (n-kn-s»rv-tzm) n.
An intellectual and political movement in favor of political, economic, and social conservatism that arose in opposition to the perceived liberalism of the 1960s: "The neo-conservatism of the 1980s is a replay of the New Conservatism of the 1950s, which was itself a replay of the New Era philosophy of the 1920's" (Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.).

Just wanted to help to make sure anti-semitism doesn't start to rise...