Orthodox Jewry is both fundamentalist and observant of Halakhah. Conservative Jewry is non-fundamentalism and observant of Halakhah. Differences of opinion over Halakhah and the degree of individual observance of Halakhah may illustrate sociological differences between Orthodoxy and Conservatism. However, from a philosophical and theological point of view these are not important considerations. Open Orthodoxy is both fundamentalist and observant of Halakhah and as such is part of the Orthodox camp. Rabbi Shafran's fatwah on Open Orthodoxy will carry more weight when he speaks up about other heterodoxies in the Orthodox camp such as Habad or Neturei Karta.
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