the outreach Orthodox movements, who've contributed to a more participatory Jewish community-at-large, can also bring about some challenges for the mainstream liberal Jewish community, which is of the majority. And this is utilizing political right-wing ideology or scaremongering the community about Islam in general and thus dissuading the efforts for reconciliation with the Muslim community and efforts in reaching a peaceful compromise with the Arabs in the Middle East. It's as if there won't be followers of the Outreach movements should a peaceful coexistence come into fruition. This is the fallacy of these relatively new Hasadic movements of the 19th century (Chabad) and 20th century (Aish Hatorah)i and not the narrative of the historical Middle East where synagogues and Hebrew schools flourished.
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