Insulting Reform Judaism won't bring Israel and the Diaspora closer
Israel has taken one step forward for quality and pluralism in recognizing the need to fund non-Orthodox rabbis. But the religious right's reaction, expressing disregard for the decision, is untenable.
Last week marked an important chapter in religion and state relations in Israel when Israel’s Attorney General informed the Supreme Court of his consent to the Reform Movement’s demands regarding the appointment of 15 state funded rabbis, to serve as rabbis...
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