“In order to dominate militarily and strategically, you must first dominate economically,” this is to sum up the Israeli plan to spread in Africa. Since the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948, the African continent has been - and still is - an essential and important part of the Israeli plans. In the beginning, it was even part of the Zionist Settlement Project, where some African countries such as Kenya and Uganda were chosen as a proposed homeland for the “Jewish people”, or an alternative location to settle the Jews if the original settlement center “Palestine” was not possible. Theodor Herzl and Chaim Weizmann were particularly interested in these two countries, and Herzl welcomed the idea because he saw in East and Central Africa a suitable place, especially since there were African Jews. However, all these suggestions were rejected and completely excluded after Herzl's death, and Palestine was adopted as the only site for the Zionist settlement project, in the 6th Zionist Congress in 1903.