Rebecca Ennen raises money and leads grassroots Jewish political organizing in the District of Columbia (still no voting representation in Congress) and Maryland. She loves prayer, G-d, dystopian science fiction, and Dunkin’ Donuts.
By Rebecca Ennen
How Can Jewish Leaders Be So Ignorant About Intermarriage?
Here we go again. The Conservative rabbis disagree with each other about just how bad intermarriage is — is a Conservative rabbi allowed to stand in the back of an interfaith wedding as long as they don’t enjoy it? Or are interfaith marriages so bad that you shouldn’t even attend the chuppah? I am a…
Julianna Margulies is not your average ‘Karen’
‘People thought we were dead’: They spent 27 hours under fire from Hamas — then Netanyahu used their home for an Elon Musk photo op
How Oct. 7 is reshaping the Zionist — and anti-Zionist — left in the US
Why the No. 1 song in Israel represents a radical shift in Israeli pop music
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