Gaza blockade easing, boycotts, and a takeover of the WZO

Things just move too fast in the Middle East to keep up these days.

And in commentary, Gershom Gorenberg says despite American Jews’ dissonance on Israel’s illiberalism, there are now new venues for the expression of your values. “Don’t give up. Get involved.”

4 Responses to “Gaza blockade easing, boycotts, and a takeover of the WZO”

  1. I looked for reporting, blogs, official press releases about the WZO stuff. Looked at their websites in English/Hebrew, etc.
    The very Zionist groups most involved in WZO are maintaining radio silence on the whole event. Is this odd or normal?


    Jew Guevara · June 22nd, 2010 at 11:58 am
  2. Was there an election for this year’s World Zionist Congress? Did I miss it?


    BZ · June 22nd, 2010 at 12:27 pm
  3. The larger Zionist orgs rammed through a “stand still” order prohibiting elections this year. They knew they would lose a huge amount of seats. (Ron Skolnick of Meretz USA did us the kindness of allowing us to repost his report on their chicanery back in January.)


    Kung Fu Jew 18 · June 22nd, 2010 at 3:03 pm
  4. P.S. Nobody is talking about the WZO committee takeover or the passage of the anti-settlement resolution! It’s not really registered except on JTA.


    Kung Fu Jew 18 · June 22nd, 2010 at 5:06 pm

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