What American Jews Can Do to Help Keep Herzl's Dream Alive

Miracles like Israel are not self-sustaining, an uncharacteristically worried Jewish American writes.

Israeli President Reuven Rivlin and Interior Minister Gideon Saar (C-L) pose at Ben Gurion Airport with new immigrants to Israel on August 12, 2014. GALI TIBBON/AFP via Getty Images.

Israeli President Reuven Rivlin and Interior Minister Gideon Saar (C-L) pose at Ben Gurion Airport with new immigrants to Israel on August 12, 2014. GALI TIBBON/AFP via Getty Images.

Observation
Nov. 7 2019
About the author

Joseph Lieberman, United States Senator from Connecticut 1989-2013, and Democratic candidate for Vice President in 2000, is senior counsel at Kasowitz, Benson & Torres and chairman of United Against Nuclear Iran.


The essay below is adapted from remarks delivered at The First Herzl Conference on Contemporary Zionism held in Jerusalem on October 30.

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