Chapter Eleven focuses on the ideology of the Israeli Settlers. Settler colonialism is a system through which natives are displaced by immigrants. Under this system, the natives are defined as foreigners, or non-persons, without rights to the land on which they live. The immigrants, in contrast, are defined as the true natives, the legitimate possessors of the land. This system prevails under Zionist rule in Palestine, and this chapter explores the history of justification of other colonial settler states.