REPRESENTING True Torah values
RESPECTING Torah standards of Shabbos, the Kosel, Kashrus, Conversion, Marriage and Divorce
ENSURING Fair and equal Masa tuition subsidies for our Yeshiva and Seminary students
SEEKING Funding for Torah projects in Israel, USA and across the world
AND MUCH MORE
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This is the only democratic opportunity for all American Jews to influence the priorities of the almost $1 billion annual budget of Israel’s national organizations.
The 2020 WORLD ZIONIST ORGANIZATION (WZO) CONGRESS is an opportunity for Jews worldwide to influence and determine, for the next 5 years, the policies and spending priorities, of the almost $1 billion annual budget of Israel’s national organizations; the World Zionist Organization (WZO), the Jewish Agency, Keren Kayemeth Leyisrael-Jewish National Fund (KKL-JNF), and Keren HaYesod.
152 delegates will be voted in from United States based on YOUR vote. These delegates will be elected to:
- Decide leadership positions in key national Israel organizations
- Create policy affecting, Shmiras Shabbos, Kashrus and tradition at the Kosel
- Set standards of marriage, divorce and conversion
Decide policy and funding affecting Jewish education in Israel and across the world
Decide on the direction of the $5 billion budget (over 5 years)
WZO elections, January 21-March 11, 2020
A strong election turnout among American Orthodox Torah Jews will earn us many delegate positions, which will enable us to fill board and leadership positions in Israel’s national organizations, to influence and affect policy, activity and allocation of financial resources on the Israeli and global Jewish agenda.
ERETZ HAKODESH delegates represent the Yeshiva, Chasidic, Sephardic, and Israeli Torah communities of the United States.
If we are not represented, the influence, decision making, and allocation of funds will be controlled by those that do not have our best interests in mind.
Numerous Rabbanim, including HaRav Yitzchak Berkowitz and HaRav Asher Weiss of Yerushalayim, HaRav Chaim Kohn and HaRav Elya Brudny of New York, feel there is much merit in this endeavor and are encouraging us in our efforts.