J Street’s 2014 bid to join the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations also was rejected

J Street drops bid to join Zionist umbrella group
June 17, 2021

J Street, the liberal Jewish Middle East policy group, dropped its months-long bid to join the American Zionist movement, the umbrella body for U.S. pro-Israel groups. The Forward this week quoted J Street officials as saying their effort to join AZM last August was frustrated by conservatives in the movement’s leadership who want to keep out liberal groups. The movement’s leadership denied any plan to keep out J Street, saying it was observing protocols and seeking to be fair to newer members of the umbrella, waiting until they were installed to vote. In World Zionist Congress elections last year, representation among North Americans took a rightward turn. READ MORE

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