non-Orthodox Judaism is a mere 150 years old. Our tradition goes back 3500 yrs.. non-Orthodox Judaism is the new kid on the block. And given Judaism's reluctance to make a lot of changes it seems logical that your movement encounters a lot of resistance - it's simply kind of irrelevant in the big scheme of things. So, why pay attention?
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from the article: An open letter to Leah Aharoni, on behalf of religious freedom in Israel