No...In the first place, Israel is not 'illegimate' under Jewish law...it is simply not a religious state. There is no mitzvot that prohibits the foundation of a secular country between 70 AD and the Messianic Era. The foundation of Israel does not violate Judaism, just like Vatican City does not violate Christianity...simply because it is not Scriptural does not render it 'illegimate' according to our religion. I can't understand some anti-Israel people on this site---on the one hand, they criticize Israel by calling her a theocracy, on the other, they pretend that she should be judged according to religious criteria, and not secular ones.
The mere fact that Israel is inhabited by Jews does not award other people the right to judge her by religious standards, and not secular standards applied to every other country.Zionism was a secular movement, Israel is a secular democracy. Even if she were not---do you think that the US should be judged by Christian standards (having a higher Christian percentage of the population than Israel has a Jewish percentage of hers), Shari'a States by Muslims standards, Bhuttan or Thailand should be judged by Buddhist standards, and India should be judged by Hindu standards? All those countries are judged in the international forum by abstract secular standards even though many identify themselves as states of a particular religion. If states that voluntarily call themselves "Muslim countries" or "Christian countries" or "Buddhist countries" derive their legitimacy from secular principles, secular Israel should be no different. Israel is not a religious state, and it never pretended to be so. It is legimate, because it is founded on principles that other legimate states have been founded on:
--International recognition in a UN vote (this is true for many countries).
--a successful war of independence (this is true of the US).
--the longest unbroken connection to the land out of anyone (this is true of Irish nationalism, Basque nationalism, and other nationalist movements, many of which have formed countries).