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February 24, 1984 - Image 20

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20 Friday, February 24, 1984

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Dulzin Is Seeking to Change WZO Structure

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Leon Dulzin, chairman of
the Jewish Agency and
World Zionist Organization

Executives, is pushing for
radical changes in the
structure of the WZO, pro-
viding for less politicization

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and a greater role for because at present the
Zionists who are actually Zionist parties held all
intent on making aliya.
power in the WZO — and
Dulzin told reporters that the reforms basically
the changes, if realized, called for a diminution of
would be his "greatest their power.
achievement" as chairman
Similar ideas had been
of the organization.
floated in the past, before
He said there were Zionist Congresses, he
think-tanks in Israel, noted, but they had always
Europe, North America and failed. This time the process
South America, all consid- had gotten under way in the
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Dulzin himself is serv- the process would indeed
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ing as chairman of all lead to major changes.
four of these think-tanks
— to give cohesion and
continuity to their delib-
erations. He said he
hoped there could be
practical results within
18-24 months, well in time
for the next Zionist con-
gress.
He outlined four key is-
sues:
• Membership of the
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• Realization movement:
Since the Zionist idea had
by now won the support of
most of organized Jewry, it
was necessary to establish a
realization movement as an
• Free Demonstration
autonomous entity within
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the broader WZO. This
would comprise people who
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were realistically planning
• Remanufactured
aliya. This movement
would have a set percentage
• Buy
of the power and influence
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hitherto divided up between
the Zionist political parties
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within the WZO.
• Best Price
• Democratization: In re-
cent years, Dulzin said elec-
• Convenience
tions were often dispensed
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with in favor of coalitions

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and
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rangements. But this
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cratization.
• Minimal Mitzvot: That
is, practical commitments
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for those who who were not
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nevertheless were members
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of the broader WZO and
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late this membership into
meaningful actions. Dulzin
spoke of learning Hebrew
and giving one's children a
Jewish education as two
prime examples of such
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