B’nai Zion

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B'nai Zion (Hebrew for the "Sons of Zion") desribes itself as "one of the oldest Zionist organizations in America".

At the founding convention in 1908, B'nai Zion adopted as its objective: "the Order Sons of Zion shall help the Zionist Congress in the work of obtaining for the Jewish people a legally secured, publicly assured national home in Palestine".

Its first president was Judah Leib Magnes. New York State Comptroller Alan Hevesi is a former Bnai Zion president.

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