How we create families can be spoken about with dignity, not with winks. Men need to be held just as accountable for how families are created.10
Neither eliminating religious Judaism nor embracing its most progressive forms will help end the battle for Israel’s cultural future.
If a person thinks all Judaism means to them is they don’t like Israel and don’t find the services meaningful, maybe it is time for them to move on.12
As friends and colleagues of Julia’s during her time at Columbia University, we feel called to speak up and set the record straight.47
Tamari’s article was a well-articulated view of the what a one-state democracy looks like. It’s not is an argument about the end of liberal Zionism.
Israelis are coming to our Reform centers and synagogues to seek community, prayer and social action, but mostly to celebrate life.
I grew up in Israel as a Masorti Jew. I served seven years as a Jewish Agency emissary to communities in the United States.16
Defenders of the Orthodox monopoly and the authors of the article seek to perpetuate the dichotomy in Israel between secularism and Orthodoxy
Americans have a duty to strengthen, rather than weaken or ignore, their ties to other Americans.
Arguments against Israel’s self-definition as a Jewish State ignore the Arab world’s hostility toward the nation.11
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