The 38th World Zionist Congress, which meets every five years, is convening later this month. And for the first time it will be done virtually, on-line. Efforts are being made to open up the congress to more Diaspora Jewish communities. Rabbi Dov Lipman, former member of the Knesset and an adviser to the Confederation of General Zionist faction at the World Zionist Congress, said some of the small Jewish communities they are seeking to help is the Abayudaya community in Uganda. Rabbi Dov Lipman. He told reporter Arieh O’Sullivan that it was time to break up the so-called “closed club” of political parties in Israel to bring in more Diaspora Jewry and other streams of Zionist activism.