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American Zionist Movement

 

American Zionist Movement

American Zionist Movement
Motto Zionist Advocacy
Formation 1906
Type Human Rights, Pro-Israel, Human Relations
Headquarters New York, NY
Executive Director
Karen Rubinstein
Key people
William D. Hess - President
Website azm.org

The American Zionist Movement (AZM) is the American federation of Zionist groups and individuals affiliated with the World Zionist Organization. According to its misión, it is committed to Zionism: the idea that the Jewish people is one people with a shared history, values and language.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Principles 2
  • Member Organizations 3
  • References 4

History

The American Zionist Movement was founded in 1993 as a successor organization of the American Zionist Federation. Since then, it has been the official representative of the World Zionist Congress in Jerusalem every four years.

Principles

The AZM subscribes to the five principles of the Jerusalem Program:

  • The Unity of the Jewish people and the centrality of Israel in Jewish life;
  • The in gathering of the Jewish people in the historic homeland, Eretz Israel, through Aliyah from all countries;
  • The strengthening of the State of Israel which is based on the prophetic vision of justice and peace;
  • The preservation of the identity of the Jewish people through the fostering of Jewish, Hebrew and Zionist education and of Jewish spiritual and cultural values;
  • The protection of Jewish rights everywhere.

Member Organizations

References

  • http://www.doingzionism.org/federations/fed_home.asp?fed=azm
  • http://www.azm.org
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