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ACT Zionist Council

 

The ACT Zionist Council (ACTZC) was established as an unincorporated association in 2016 and is the ACT affiliated representative body to the Zionist Federation of Australia (ZFA). One of the main purposes of the ZFA is to enrich and support a meaningful relationship between the Australian Jewish Community and Israel. The ACTZC has been established to assist in promoting ACT links with Israel, as specified in the Constitution of the ACT Jewish Community. 

Membership of the ACTZC is free and you are encouraged to complete the online form below to assist in supporting the aims of the ACT Zionist Council. 

Robert Cussel, President
Jon Rosalky, Secretary
ACT Zionist Council
 

The rules under the Constitution of the ACT Zionist Council can be found by CLICKING HERE.


 

Please complete the Application Form below to join the ACT Zionist Council

(this is where confirmation of your submission will be sent)

The Jerusalem Program (2004)

Zionism, the national liberation movement of the Jewish people, brought about the establishment of the State of Israel, and views a Jewish, Zionist, democratic and secure State of Israel to be the expression of the common responsibility of the Jewish people for its continuity and future.

The foundations of Zionism are:

1.    The unity of the Jewish people, its bond to its historic homeland Eretz Yisrael, and the centrality of the State of Israel and Jerusalem, its capital, in the life of the nation.

2.    Aliyah from all countries and the effective integration of all immigrants into Israeli Society.

3.    Strengthening Israel as a Jewish, Zionist and democratic state and shaping it as an exemplary society with a unique moral and spiritual character, marked by mutual respect for the multi-faceted Jewish people, rooted in the vision of the prophets, striving for peace and contributing to the betterment of the world.

4.    Ensuring the future and the distinctiveness of the Jewish people by furthering Jewish, Hebrew and Zionist education, fostering spiritual and cultural values and teaching Hebrew as the national language.

5.    Nurturing mutual Jewish responsibility, defending the rights of Jews as individuals and as a nation, representing the national Zionist interests of the Jewish people, and struggling against all manifestations of anti-Semitism.

6.    Settling the country as an expression of practical Zionism.

 

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