Category Archives: Letters From Leadership

Truth is Not the Same Thing as Wisdom — No Need to Provoke Region Over Self-Evident Truth that Jerusalem is Israel’s Capital

(New York, NY) President Trump’s assertion that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel is a true statement, but unnecessarily risks violence for no tangible benefit,” said Kenneth Bob, president of Ameinu, North America’s largest grassroots progressive Zionist movement. “It, and …

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Ameinu and Zionist Colleagues Condemn Politicized Campaign Professor David Myers at CJH

Pluralism in the Zionist Movement Threatened by Far Right Ideological Tests Letter Sent to Bruce Slovin, Co-Chair & Founder and Ira H. Jolles, Co-Chair of the Center for Jewish History, September 14, 2017 We are writing as leaders of American …

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Trump DACA Decision Against Innocents One More Unjust Act; Challenge to Congress to Fill the Void

“The Trump Administration’s decision today to end Delayed Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is an inhumane act that runs completely counter to our core values as Jews, Americans and Zionists,” declared Kenneth Bob, National President of Ameinu, the largest grassroots …

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How to choose a trusted Indonesian Sbobet agent

How to choose a trusted Indonesian Sbobet agent How to choose a trusted Indonesian Sbobet agent – Indonesia’s trusted sbobet agents will certainly be a keyword that will be often searched by fans of online gambling games, especially those who like …

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Ir Amim: A Primer on Events at the Temple Mount/Haram al-Sharif

Over the last week a series of escalating events on the Temple Mount/Haram al-Sharif has threatened peace and security at the holy site and for Jerusalem as a whole.  We have created the following primer to help make sense of …

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Progressive Visions for a Zionist Future

I am a Jew. I am a Zionist. I am a Feminist. I am a Socialist. I believe in the innate value of every human being.   These facets of my identity are not contradictory. They exist within me as …

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Reform Judaism’s True Mission at the Western Wall

Yudith Oppenheimer is Executive Director of Ir Amim. July 2, 2017 — The Israeli government’s disavowal of the Western Wall plan is a deplorable instance of the Israeli government yielding to forceful religious dictates – a decision harmful to broad groups …

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Beyond Anti-Semitism: The Biggest Progressive Problem At The Chicago Dyke March

By Josh Friedes The Chicago Dyke March is supposed to be an especially inclusive gathering of progressives. Shockingly, Jews carrying rainbow flags with the Star of David were asked to leave. One Dyke March collective member told the Windy City …

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Ameinu and Ir Amim: Partners for Jerusalem’s Future

        Ameinu has recently launched a partnership with Ir Amim (“City of Nations”/“City of Peoples”), Israel’s longest standing NGO focusing on Jerusalem’s role in the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians.  Working directly with Ir Amim, as …

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Ziv, a Ray of Hope in the Syrian Tragedy

Ziv, a ray of hope in the Syrian tragedy Dave Sharma June 11, 2017, 4:13 pm   As the civil war in Syria enters its seventh year, the level of barbarity and sheer inhumanity on display plumbs new lows — …

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