Yoffe is not the "Top U.S. Reform rabbi", in any case. He the salaried administrator of the Reform theological seminary in Cincinnati, Ohio, and he speaks for no other rabbis anywhere, as he will be the first to admit. As he also acknowledged, the position of even the Reform movement that employs him is that united Jerusalem should remain the capital of Israel, and only Israel, and should not be re-divided. Those Reform sect rabbis living in Israel, striving to earn equal status with traditional Orthodox rabbis (99.9% of the total) must be wondering "Why doesn't Yoffe STFU".
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