"Next Year in the Rebuilt Jerusalem"

Question: I saw in the Haggadah "Mi-Bet Levi (p. 233) and the Haggadah "Shai La-Torah" (p. 411) that the Griz – Ha-Rav Yitzchak Zev Soloveitchik, Av Bet Din of Brisk – was particular that one should not add the word "Rebuilt" since there is no source for adding this word and it was included by those who claim that the Redemption has begun. Is this a Zionist expression?
Answer: Maran Ha-Rav Kook brings this phrase as the custom of Jerusalem (see Melachim Kivnei Adam p. 221). Ha-Rav Menachem Mendel Kasher included the phrase "Next Year in a Rebuilt Jerusalem" in his Haggadah Shelemah in smaller letters and he writes in his "Eretz Yisrael" Haggadah: "They say in the Land of Israel…" Ha-Rav Yaakov Moshe Charlap in Haggadah "Mei Marom" writes "Rebuilt" in brackets. And this phrase is included in the Haggadah of Tzahal, and Rav Shlomo Goren writes in his notes which appear in the back: "The formula of the Land of Israel." It is clear that this is an expression used in the Land of Israel. Outside of Israel, people say: "Next year in Jerusalem." But in Eretz Yisrael or, most precisely, in Jerusalem, we add "Rebuilt" since we are already here. The Griz is correct that this is a new phrase, but it is not necessarily a Zionist expression. It is not connected to the State of Israel but to the fact that we are in the Land of Israel and Jerusalem. Who was the first to say: "Next Year in the Rebuilt Jerusalem"? This is a question for a researcher in the university.