Having read Dror's diatribe I am left perplexed and somewhat dismayed at his statements. What makes a good Jew? Is it the color of his skin, the zero's at the end of his banc account, or perhaps his ability to follow kosher protocol is his religious observances? I was actually naive enough to believe it was his desire to better the State of Israel and God's Chosen people. I am a gentile, married to a woman whose aunts are on your wall of fame for service to Jews during World War II. Her two aunts hid Polish Jews from the Nazi's and were eventually caught and sent to die at Auschwitz. What of these; were they good Jews? What about me. I helped train your IDF while I served in the US Marine Corps. Am I a good Jew? I send money to Israeli charities because I care about God's chosen people. Am I now a better Jew? The reality is not nationality, but rather ideology. These proposed tests could be useful in discovering ideology, but what really matters is more an issue of motives.
Reformists are in the lead in Iranian parliamentary elections (dpa)
from the article: Entering the age of post-aliyah?