Whether they will now be able to organize their fighters and go on the offensive remains an open question.
Women, say, may organize a bat mitzvah there, and even wear a tallis (though tfilin are still up in the air, I believe).
Unlike many efforts to organize against the occupation, what he proposes is shot through with sympathy for Israel and Israelis.
He was a key advocate of a law recognizing the right to organize and strike.
When you get an offer to organize a group of poor people in the Andes, you have to carefully investigate why this is happening.
The first difficulty the committee found was to organize a government without an executive.
A bill was brought into Congress to permit Missouri to organize as a State.
But if we wish to acquire and organize facts for their permanent value, cramming is not the proper procedure.
To scheme, to plot, to organize against the authority of the moment was in their blood.
So they saw fit to organize what they called a general athletic association.
organize or·gan·ize (ôr'gə-nīz')
v. or·gan·ized, or·gan·iz·ing, or·gan·iz·es
To put together into an orderly, functional, structured whole.
To arrange in a coherent form.