With all due respect to the enormous contributions, richness, dynamism and diversity of American Jewry, I think it would be a mistake to continue implying that the diaspora is basically -or only- the USA (and Canada). There is a significant number of Jews in other countries all around the world, and their dynamism isn't negligible. Yes, let's unite, and let's include us in Brazil, Australia, France, Russia, Mexico, Argentina, South Africa, the UK, Italy, Hungary, Spain, Chile or New Zealand. We matter too, even if our communities are smaller.
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from the article: GA 2009 / What will Netanyahu tell America's Jews?