Mifleget Poale Zion VeHaHugim HaMarksistim beEretz Yisrael

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The Party of the Workers of Zion and the Marxist Circles of the Land of Israel
מפלגת פועלי ציון והחוגים המרקסיסטים בארץ ישראל
Founded 1930s
Merged into Revolutionary Communist League
Ideology Marxism
Political position Left wing

Mifleget Poale Zion VeHaHugim HaMarksistim beEretz Yisrael (lit. The Party of the Workers of Zion and the Marxist Circles of the Land of Israel) was the youth group of a faction of Poale Zion, the labour Zionist movement, in Mandate Palestine in the 1930s, which later merged into the Revolutionary Communist League. Tony Cliff, later the leader of the International Socialists, was a youthful member. It was linked to the Independent Labour Party in Britain, and affiliated to the London Bureau of socialist parties.

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