We should learn how to share important spaces such as the Kotel rather than create a false unity that excludes millions of Jews.
So long as Israel defines itself as the Jewish nation-state, it must allow Diaspora Jews to take part in debate on questions of identity and faith.
America isn’t playing its century-old role as the chief manager of the global economy and leader of the world community.
Netanyahu’s decision should be viewed not as a humiliating slap in the face, but as an opportunity to redefine our goals as non-Orthodox Jews.4
“We need your help to act effectively in the political arena…in order to bring about a change of attitudes, perceptions and official decisions.”
Naftali Bennett, and perhaps Benjamin Netanyahu, appear to be petrified at the prospect that Israelis actually want what they say they do — peace.7
“I would encourage other governments, and militaries, still struggling with the issue of transgenderism to look to Israel for guidance.”4
You can’t claim to represent the “American Jewish community” if you advocate for a Western Wall policy that alienates its fastest-growing group.12
American Jewish leaders have decried Israel’s Kotel decision, Rabbi Brant Rosen notes. But when will they speak against its treatment of Palestinians?24
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