The organization of existing Zionist parties outside Israel in the form of a federation in which all parties would participate, was suggested by Premier David Ben Gurion yesterday in talks with Rabbi Irving Miller, president of the Zionist Federation of America, it was learned here today. Rabbi Miller came to Israel at Premier Ben Gurion’s invitation, to discuss American and world Zionist problems.
Last Friday night Rabbi Miller was the guest of honor at a dinner tendered by the Premier at the Sharon Hotel in Herzlia. Others at the dinner included Dr. Peretz Bernstein, leader of the General Zionist Party, and Dr. Pichas Rosen, leader of the Progressives. Rabbi Miller arrived at Lydda Airport Thursday evening and was met by the Premier’s military aide, representatives of the Foreign Ministry and Israel political leaders.
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