The project, in collaboration with KKL-JNF, is intended to encourage Zionist values that combine a response to terrorism, the integration of Diaspora Jews in Zionist activities and more.
The olim (immigrants) hailed from New York, New Jersey, Ontario, California, Minnesota, Florida, Georgia, Illinois and Maryland.
The World Confederation of United Zionists retracted its support for the measure due to a lack of consensus over the controversial motion.
The preliminary MoU will see the two organizations collaborate to tackle environmental issues and encourage sustainability.
We strongly believe and advocate that this vote should be postponed until a more thoughtful resolution can be advanced.
In February, the KKL-JNF’s board of directors voted to approve in principle KKL-JNF land purchases in the West Bank for the first time in the organization’s history.
Back in February, the KKL-JNF Board of Directors voted to approve – in principle – KKL-JNF land purchases in the West Bank, for the first time in the organization’s history.
The ceremony, held by B’nai B’rith and KKL-JNF, will include personal testimonies by Holocaust survivors and rescuers.
‘Renew our days as of old,’ to bring KKL-JNF back to the original purpose for which it was founded 120 years ago.
The move comes as the Biden administration persistently warns Israel against unilateral steps in the West Bank such as settlement development.