After Long Hiatus, U.S. Reform, Conservative Leaders to Meet With Israeli Prime Minister

The non-Orthodox delegation will meet Bennett in less than two weeks, and leaders are expected to press the Israeli premier on reinstating the Western Wall deal

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For the first time in nearly five years, the U.S. leaders of the Reform and Conservative movements will sit down face to face with an Israeli prime minister.

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