ZRC in the News
Jonathan Tobin on ZRC
In a November 18, 2022 article in a nationally syndicated column by Jonathan Tobin entitled, “Israel’s Coalition Shouldn’t Write off American Jewry,” he recognizes the importance of the work of the Zionist Rabbinic Coalition. He wrote: … as much as the battle for the...
How the ZRC is Reviving Support for Zionism Among Rabbis by Jonathan Tobin
In Jonathan S. Tobin's recent featured column in JNS, he questions if Reform and Conservative Judaism support for Zionism can be revived, noting the disaffection for the Jewish state growing among Jewish liberals. He explains how the decline in pro-Israel sentiment...
JPost recognizes how ZRC Rabbis are working together to fight anti-Zionism
The Jerusalem Post recognized the work the ZRC is doing to counter the growing trend of incoming Reform and Conservative rabbis who feel they need to avoid or criticize Zionism. Read the full article »
Our call to the Rabbinical Schools covered in the Israeli Press
US Jewish group urges rabbinical schools to make Zionism prerequisite for admission. Continue reading in Israel Hayom
The Forward covers ZRC Inaugural National Conference
In The Forward's coverage of the ZRC National Conference, they note how many rabbis who attended the inaugural meeting in Washington, D.C. this week worry that the non-Orthodox movements are moving away from Israel, and they hope the new group can strengthen their...
Ambassador Herzog Addresses First ZRC Conference
Speaking at the opening of the first Zionist Rabbinic Coalition conference, held at the Bible Museum in Washington, Israeli Ambassador to the US Michael Herzog said that the Abraham Accords agreement’s potential is “huge.” Read full article in The Jerusalem Post
Gil Troy on ZRC as a leading advocate for American Jews on Israel
In Gil Troy’s recent article in JPOST and JTA, "When it comes to anti-Israel attacks on Jews, it's time to name the enemy" Troy discusses the problem posed by the recent outburst of anti-Semitic attacks and the connection to anti-Zionism. He makes specific mention of...
Weinblatt: Rabbis met Netanyahu ‘not to condemn, but to learn’
When Rabbi Stuart Weinblatt and 19 other U.S. rabbis flew to Israel to meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu last month, they brought a list of concerns. The rabbis warned the prime minister against embracing President Donald Trump too tightly. They felt that a...
About that rabbis’ meeting with Bibi
The purpose of our Reform, Conservative and Orthodox Unity Mission was to engage constructively and not to hurl public criticism at Israel (Times of Israel) Please note that the posts on The Blogs are contributed by third parties. The opinions, facts and any media...
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