What supports and excuses Butler's view of Zionism as having a "structural commitment to state violence against minorities" [she argues for a total rejection of Zionism by identifying it with colonial policies of uprooting of entire populations] is the fact that since the 1970s, Zionist policies cannot but be identified with the most abhorrent interpretations of this ideology and with this structural commitment.
That was Chaim Gans of Tel Aviv University, author of A Just Zionism,
In A Just Zionism, Chaim Gans presents a philosophical analysis of the
justice of contemporary Zionism as realized by the State of Israel. He argues forcefully that ethnocultural nationalism can be just, and boldly advocates a two state solution, a Palestinian state living side by side Israel in secured borders, along the 1967 Green Line.