World Zionist Organization

Zionist Congress headed for showdown over top jobs

"We have attempted to reach other solutions, but right now, our intention is to move forward with the same deal," Miki Zohar said.

Rivlin: There is no challenge we cannot meet

The 38th World Zionist Congress of the World Zionist Organization opened online.

Zionist orgs delay right-wing, religious deal for WZO

Due to the complaints of the center-left, liberal block, the Zionist organizations voted to delay the vote on the WZO officials.

The Opening of the 26th World Zionist Congress in Jerusalem in 1964.
Are venerable Zionist institutions still relevant to Israel? - Analysis

Is the WZO really the best forum for debate between the Jewish state and the Diaspora? The nay-sayers have a strong argument.

Yaakov Hagoel elected chairman of WZO executive

Seven hundred twenty delegates and observers from over 30 countries participated in the three-day virtual conference.

J’Accuse: The WZC has become the World Zionist Casbah

Having crossed so many redlines, Blue and White should change its name to Shades of Gray.

Birthright Israel members attend the Celebrate Israel Parade in New York City, 2019.
Why liberal Jews didn't support their cause in the World Zionist Congress

The deeper issue is what the US Zionist election can tell us about current and relevant challenges facing the Jewish people.

Agreement gives powerful post to religious Zionists, ultra-Orthodox slates

The agreement gives the chairmanship of the WZO to the Likud, and initially chairmanship of KKL to Mizrachi Olami, the mainstream modern Orthodox and religious-Zionist slate.

Right, Orthodox to control WZO

Blue and White will be offered the chairmanship of Keren Hayesod, the main fundraising arm for Israel outside the United States.

Revitalizing the World Zionist Organization

An interview with Avraham Duvdevani, Chairman of the World Zionist Organization

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