According to your article, “Young Israel Movement In Turmoil” (July 2), National Council of Young Israel refused to accept the resignation of a member shul in Syracuse that elected a female president, and now the National Council wants to take legal action aimed at seizing the congregation’s assets. Then, when Young Israel delegates requested clarification of this serious matter in a conference call, the NCYI leadership hung up on them.
Message to NCYI: suing your own customers is not productive, and hanging up on your boss is downright suicidal. NCYI needs to take a deep breath and find a more constructive way to handle disputes. Quickly.