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Mr. Jeff Daube

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Israel Office Director

Phone: (212) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: i***@***.org
Local Address: Israel
Zionist Organization of America
4 East 34Th Street
New York , New York 10016
United States

Company Description: The Zionist Organization of America was founded in 1897 and is a long-standing member of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations. Past...   more

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  • B.A. , Instructional Technology
  • M.A. degrees , Instructional Technology
    Columbia University
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"AIPAC - a registered lobby actually ..., 26 Mar 2015 [cached]
"AIPAC - a registered lobby actually - is the elephant in the Beltway room because of its enormous size," says Jeffrey Daube, Director of the ZOA's Israel office.
The so-called "big-ticket" issues are "F-35s to Israel, $225 million in additional Iron Dome funding, $3 billion in Israel aid, Iran sanctions, UN Security Council vetoes, and the like," lists Daube.
Daube cites rumors that AIPAC lobbied Democratic Congressmen and Senators hard to reduce the number of representatives boycotting the Prime Minister's speech at the beginning of March.
"The ZOA has the latitude to lobby issues not directly addressed by the GOI, or, more rarely, in opposition to it. One example of the latter would be the Gush Katif expulsion."
The ZOA is more concerned with issues outside of the big-ticket issues says Daube, though he and his colleagues will certainly also push those issues.
Daube asserted in a recent interview that recent Israeli administrations had avoided making their case abroad.
"The case they had been making up until about 20 years ago was that we had not only a claim and we not only had title in disputed areas like Judea and Samaria - the West Bank, but we had superior claim and we had superior title..."
"That position became progressively weaker and weaker," said Daube in the broadcast.
Daube says that AIPAC is more focused on the consensus issues for good reason - AIPAC has a goal to avoid partisanship.
Daube describes the strength of his organization as being able to push positions that are more controversial in mainstream politics, like tackling "the existential security threats of a Palestinian terror state head on."
NORPAC, 9 Mar 2008 [cached]
Jeff Daube, VP, Riverdale Chapter
Today the ZOA opened a new ..., 1 Feb 2008 [cached]
Today the ZOA opened a new Israeli office in Jerusalem, headed up by another old friend, Jeff Daube.Jeff, who has dedicated his life to Jewish-Israel activities, recently made aliyah, a very welcome addition to the citizens of the State of Israel.
I have no doubt that Mort Klein, together with Jeff Daube and other devoted individuals, will carry on in the best tradition of the ZOA, supporting Eretz Yisrael, Am Yisrael and Torat Yisrael.
o Mort, Jeff and all the others involved in New York, Washington and Jerusalem, best wishes and lots of luck!
Gold will be Mr. Morton Klein, President of the ZOA and Mr. Jeff Daube, the new Director of ZOA's Israel office.
Mr. Jeffrey Daube's extensive experience on Capitol Hill advocating for pro-Israel legislation over 14 years gives him a unique ability to communicate an accurate sense of Congress to the Israeli people.His noteworthy contributions to the passing of the Jerusalem Birthplace Act (October 2002) and the US-Israel Energy Cooperation Act (December 2007) further demonstrate the efficacy of citizen involvement in the political process, a political advocacy culture which the ZOA would like to see promoted more in Israel.
Daube comes to this position with a wealth of experience in the pro-Israel advocacy world.Besides being very actively engaged with many Zionist organizations, including ZOA, NORPAC (board member), AIPAC, Tehilla (steering committee member), One Israel Fund, Palestinian Media Watch, and Peace for Generations, Daube has also authored various educational materials, including Israel Between The Lines, a weekly newsletter; Dubious Allies: The Arab Media's War of Words Against America,an exhaustive compilation exposing anti-US sentiment; and many other in-depth reports on Palestinian incitement, Palestinian terrorism, Palestinian abuse of civil and human rights, anti-Semitism in the Egyptian press, Saudi Arabian sponsorship of terrorism, the Hebron Accords, the future of Jerusalem, energy independence, and the Iranian/Russian nuclear threat.In addition, Daube prepared much of the background material for NORPAC's annual missions to Washington.He has also had numerous letters to the editor published in major Anglo-Jewish and community newspapers.
Serving as co-chair for his synagogue's Israel Emergency Fund, Daube managed the collection and distribution of many hundreds of thousands of dollars, mainly on behalf of victims of terror and their families, IDF soldiers, and paramedical groups, since the Palestinian Arab terror war began in late 2000.He also initiated and coordinated numerous pro-Israel community events in his former home of Riverdale, NY, and plans to use those organizational skills to arrange ZOA activities in Israel, including programs for visiting leaders and missions.
Daube, who received a B.A. and two M.A. degrees from Columbia University, including one in Instructional Technology and Computing from its Teachers College, had been an educator for 31 years prior to his aliyah at the end of December.As such, he had made the pervasive destructive messages to children found in Palestinian textbooks and media one of his signature issues; also a major focus of his lectures and seminars delivered to community and university groups throughout the US.In his new capacity at ZOA, Daube will continue to highlight this phenomenon as a paramount threat to lasting peace in the Middle East.
Daube, who has devoted his entire life to the Zionist cause, sees his Israel appointment "as a tremendous opportunity and responsibility" stating, "I am sure that, with the guidance of the National ZOA Office in New York, and the help of numerous committed Zionists both here and in America, the ZOA in Israel can make a difference."
We are also pleased to have such a talented and committed individual as Jeff Daube to be our director in Israel.
Ambassador Dore Gold headlines news conference this Sunday together with Mort Klein, President, Zionist Organization of America (ZOA) and Jeff Daube, ZOA Israel Director
Contact: Jeff DaubeOn 052-538-0840 or via email:
Jerusalem Feb.20th 2008 — The opening of a Jerusalem office by America's oldest pro-Israel advocacy group, the Zionist Organization of America, is the beginning of a new initiative to involve American olim and pro-Israel Jews in the US in joint actions on behalf of the Jewish state.
"There are many areas of Israel-US crossover politics where a strong body of involved American-Israelis and American Jews can bring about positive change," notes ZOA President Mort Klein.
Several new initiatives will be announced at Sunday's news conference.Ambassador Dore Gold will introduce Jeff Daube, the new ZOA Jerusalem office director.
Prior to his aliya, Daube was a long-time Israel activist with organizations including NORPAC, AIPAC, Tehilla, One Israel Fund, Palestinian Media Watch, Peace for Generations.Daube is also the author of the Israel Between The Lines newsletter; Dubious Allies: The Arab Media's War of Words Against America; and reports on Palestinian incitement; Palestinian terrorism; Palestinian abuse of civil and human rights; anti-Semitism in the Egyptian press; Saudi Arabian sponsorship of terrorism; the Hebron Accords; the future of Jerusalem; energy independence and the Iranian/Russian nuclear threat.
Contact: Morton A. Klein - 917-974-8795; Jeff Daube - 011-972-538-0840
Zionist Organization of America - Brooklyn Region - Mishalach Manot 2007, 7 Feb 2015 [cached]
By Jeff Daube
Jeff Daube, Director of the Zionist Organization of America's Israel Office, made aliya last year and can be contacted at
Jeff Daube, the Director of ..., 30 Mar 2015 [cached]
Jeff Daube, the Director of the Zionist Organization of America's (ZOA) Israel Office, hesitates to call his relationship with Congressional Democrats "strained."
Daube is not the first to see it. Many analyses and surveys are noticing the trend. Jewish leaders (on both sides of the political aisle) are also noticing it.
The ZOA advocates for Israel's rights in Judea and Samaria including building Jewish communities and the need for a strong Israeli security presence in the region, among other issues often, though not always fairly, associated as more "right-wing" causes. (The ZOA, says Daube, actually sees these as thoroughly "centrist" issues.)
But Daube is focusing on the immediate future, seeing plenty of initiatives on the docket that would be of mutual benefit to both countries regardless of the current tensions between the President and the Prime Minister.
"All that said, the polls indicate that support for Israel, both among the American public and its leaders, across the board, remains solid - among other reasons because of obvious mutual concerns and interests," Daube says.
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