5 thoughts on “White House Meeting with Jewish Leaders: Mort Klein’s ZOA Out in Cold – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. Richard dahlink,

    I haven’t been with ZOA in almost two years, so you must find another way to describe me. Right wing? Hardline? Pro-Israel? Zionista?

    And I haven’t yet checked out your c.v., but rest assured I am more knowledgeable about many aspects of Judaism, and for sure the true meaning of Tikun Olam, than are you. Hebrew literature? I’ll cede that one to you.

    Also, to add to your scorekeeping, CAMERA and JINSA were not invited to the Obama party either.

    1. I am more knowledgeable about many aspects of Judaism, and for sure the true meaning of Tikun Olam, than are you.

      You haven’t bothered to read my About page yet you have the chutzpah to claim you know more about Judaism and tikun olam than I? That’s rich. Take a few minutes and make yrself look a little less foolish than you already do and read. Research is a good thing to do before you put yr foot in yr mouth.

      I’m delighted to hear JINSA wasn’t invited as well. As for CAMERA, I doubt they’ve ever come within 5 miles of getting invited to the White House.

  2. RE: “Lubavitch and ZOA–out. Peace Now, J Street, Israel Policy Forum–in.”

    MY COMMENT: Bravo! Bravo! Bravo!

  3. From: Foreign Policy Address at the Council on Foreign Relations

    Hillary Rodham Clinton
    Secretary of State
    Washington, DC
    July 15, 2009

    “A central purpose of the Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review that I announced last week is to explore how to effectively design, fund, and implement development and foreign assistance as part of a broader foreign policy. Let’s face it. We have devoted a smaller percentage of our government budget to development than almost any other advanced country. And too little of what we have spent has contributed to genuine and lasting progress. Too much of the money has never reached its intended target, but stayed here in America to pay salaries or fund overhead in contracts. I am committed to more partnerships with NGOs, but I want more of our tax dollars to be used effectively and to deliver tangible results.”


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