Reform synagogues that support the progressive left, are having Shabbat get-togethers to have thousands of their congregants vote for parties that support a progressive agenda for Israel and the American Jewish community, including support for an anti-Israel party. The easiest way each one of you in the United States can help Israel and the Jewish People is to vote for this party in the World Zionist Congress.
The World Zionist Congress is the parliament of the Jewish people. Once every five years is an election, and the elections are now. You have a voice. You can vote! Please vote for the ZOA Coalition now.
The ZOA Coalition slate includes 27 of the strongest pro-Israel organizations leading the battle to defend Israel, sovereignty and the Jewish people. Click here to vote for the ZOA coalition slate #11. They need all the votes possible to not let the coalition of progressive left organizations weaken Israel and the Jewish people.
ZOA Coalition Supporters Appearing in the Video
Marc Levenson – CEO of ZOA, Rabbi Steven Burg – CEO of Aish Hatorah, Dana Brody – Delegate, Chana Katz – Delegate, Sigalit Flicker – TV personality, Chanoch Eli Berman – Delegate, Daniella Pomeranc – Delegate
How to Vote: Instructional Video for the US WZC Election
The elected members will meet this October to:
- Set policies that affect Israel and the diaspora
- Allocate billions of dollars in funding to Jewish organizations
- Determine the future of world Jewry
Unfortunately, groups like J Street have been working to ensure that delegates from pro-Israel groups like ZOA Coalition do not receive enough delegates to adequately protect the future of World Jewry.
J-Street backed slates seek to hurt Israel by backing anti-Semitic movements like BDS and promoting “solutions” that involve legitimizing the terror “state” of Palestine.
WZC Elections are open from January 21-March 11. Helping ZOA Coalition and the future of our people is easy and will take less than 5 minutes. You are eligible to vote if: You are a US resident, you will be at least age 18 on June 30, 2020, you self-identify as Jewish, and you won’t vote in the March 2020 Knesset election.