Rabbi Rick Jacobs responds to Ariel Gold’s son, stating unequivocally: I think Israel turning away your mother was disgraceful and a mistake.
“It does not have to be this way.”
Two American-Israeli citizens who live in Jerusalem have a simple request for the president of Reform Judaism: stop talking about Israel.
The president of the largest Jewish movement in the United States called on Israel to prevent harm to civilians during the Gaza border protests.
Jane Eisner, the Forward’s editor-in-chief, reflects on Al Franken’s accused sexual impropriety.
A violent confrontation broke out at Jerusalem’s Western Wall on Thursday.
The director of the Anti-Defamation League called for “tough, effective gun violence prevention measures.”
Reform Judaism’s top rabbi was “deeply troubled by the moral equivalence evident in President Trump’s statement” condemning hate “on many sides.”
“Jewish unity is not Jewish unanimity,” said Rabbi Rick Jacobs.
By reneging on a compromise for the Western Wall, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has dangerously upset Israel’s relationship with Diaspora Jews.