Israelis May Be Fed Up With Orthodox Establishment, but Few Are Joining Reform and Conservative Congregations

New study finds that 13 percent of Israeli-Jews self-identify as Conservative or Reform Jews, but less than one percent are dues-paying members. Still, the movements have grown, implying Orthodoxy is no longer seen as the only ‘authentic’ Judaism

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Only about 12,000 Israeli-Jewish adults – not even a fraction of a percent – are registered dues-paying members of Conservative and Reform synagogues, according to a study published on Monday. Roughly 7,500...