A strong Religious Zionist Slate delegation in the World Zionist Congress
is the only way to ensure that all policy, programming and funding decisions
for the world's major Zionist organizations are made with Torah values in mind.
Founded by Theodore Herzl in 1897, the World Zionist Organization created the ideological and practical infrastructure for the modern State of Israel. With delegates from all religious and ideological streams of Judaism, the World Zionist Congress - the governing body of the World Zionist Organization - creates the policies and distributes funding for Zionist organizations in Israel and around the world.
The Religious Zionist Slate is a party in the World Zionist Congress comprised of delegates from America's foundational religious Zionist organizations. These delegates provide a religious voice for world Jewry by championing programming and policies that promote Jewish unity and continuity as well as the preservation and enrichment of Torah values and Jewish life in Israel and around the world.
With every national election, Israeli citizens cast their votes to seat a new Knesset, the men and women who will chart a new path for the State of Israel. By voting in the upcoming elections for the World Zionist Congress, North American Jews will also have a voice in deciding Israel’s future as well as the future of Jewish life globally.
Just as religious Israelis vote for Members of Knesset who will defend Torah values in all matters of state, religious Zionists in America also have a voice in deciding Israel’s future by casting votes for the delegates who will best represent their views in the World Zionist Congress.By voting for the Religious Zionist Slate, you will seat delegates who will focus on:
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The Religious Zionist Slate is comprised of delegates from America's foundational religious Zionist organizations, including World Mizrachi, AMIT, Bnei Akiva, the Orthodox Union, the Rabbinical Council of America, the National Council of Young Israel, Torah Mitzion, Touro College, Religious Zionist of America and Yeshiva University.