Rabbis promoting unity with Israel

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Our Mission

We are Zionist Rabbis constructively engaging with Israel to build bridges with Israel and the Jewish People.

Our mission is to promote unity, understanding, and cooperation among the Jewish communities of Israel and the Diaspora.

Who We Are

The Zionist Rabbinic Coalition fosters love and dedication to Zionism and Israel among generations of American Jews.

The Zionist Rabbinic Coalition is a growing group of over 200 rabbis from diverse American congregations of all Jewish denominations committed to supporting Israel. ​​We are the only multidenominational rabbinic organization that promotes constructive and positive interaction between the world’s two largest Jewish communities (American Jews and Israeli Jews). We foster a greater understanding of the increasing gap between American and Israeli Jews through our programs by providing tools and resources to rabbis who share this vision. We are a non-partisan group actively and constructively engaging the American rabbinic community and Israel.

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Testimonials

“I strongly support this important initiative.”

Issac Herzog,

President of the State of Israel

“As one who has chosen to devote my life to helping people better understand Israel and fight antisemitism, I view the Zionist Rabbinic Coalition as an important partner in the effort to build bridges and promote greater understanding of the most misunderstood country on earth.”

Noa Tishby,

Israeli Actress, Writer, Producer and Activist

“The Zionist Rabbinic Coalition’s commitment to unity and cooperation serves an important example to our people in Israel and around the world.”

Dr. Nachman Shai,

Minister of Diaspora Affairs

“I believe the Zionist Rabbinic Coalition is such an important group. Its mission statement explains clearly the commitment to promoting pluralism and ties to Israel.”

Dennis Ross,

Counselor and William Davidson Distinguished Fellow at The Washington Institute

“This is an opportunity to have a voice in an important conversation in Israel Diaspora relations”

Rabbi Aaron Melman,

Beth Shalom, Northbrook, IL

“Zionism and the Jewish State have been part of the Jewish narrative for all of Jewish history. It is a central part of the Jewish story. We need to support and foster our connection to Israel.”

Rabbi Eric Yanoff,

Adath Israel on the Main Line

“We want to foster a love of Israel from generation to generation.”

Rabbi Rosette Barron Haim,

Celebrating Jewish Life, Beachwood, Oh

Recent Webinars

Anna Borshchevskaya on Putin’s invasion of Ukraine

Conversation with Anna Borshchevskaya, the Washington Institute’s expert on Ukraine, held on March 17, 2022. Sponsored by the Zionist Rabbinic Coalition, a grass-roots, broad-based multi-denominational coalition of rabbis committed to promoting Jewish unity....

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“We can love and support Israel even if we disagree about the particulars of policy and current events.”

Rabbi Stuart Weinblatt

Congregation B'nai Tzedek

Why Join the Zionist Rabbinic Coalition?

Many rabbis are reluctant or feel intimidated to express their love of Israel. While some rabbis have tried to craft an American Judaism that is separate from Israel. We believe that Israel is an intrinsic part of the American Jewish identity.

By joining the Zionist Rabbinic Coalition you can support Israel with other like-minded rabbinic leaders, access trusted resources, and be empowered to foster a love for Israel for generations to come.

Why Join the Zionist Rabbinic Coalition?

Many rabbis are reluctant or feel intimidated to express their love of Israel. While some rabbis have tried to craft an American Judaism that is separate from Israel. We believe that Israel is an intrinsic part of the American Jewish identity.

By joining the Zionist Rabbinic Coalition you can support Israel with other like-minded rabbinic leaders, access trusted resources, and be empowered to foster a love for Israel for generations to come.

“We can love and support Israel even if we disagree about the particulars of policy and current events.”

Rabbi Stuart Weinblatt

Congregation B'nai Tzedek