Conference of Presidents to Visit France, Israel

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February 3, 2013 14:33

 
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The Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations, an umbrella group representing over fifty American Jewish groups, will soon be arriving in Jerusalem on it’s 39th annual leadership mission to Israel, the organization announced last Thursday.

More than a hundred leaders of the American Jewish community will be participating in the mission, which is being led by Mort Zuckerman, Past Chairman of the Conference of Presidents.

“We will hear from a wide array of government officials, led by Prime Minister Netanyahu and President Shimon Peres, experts, analysts, and leaders from various segments of Israeli society to assist the Conference in better understanding the context and implications of the issues as we face the challenges ahead,” said Malcolm Hoenlein, Executive Vice Chairman of the Conference of Presidents.

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