Israel Election Results: 'Liberal Judaism Raises Its Voice' as First Reform Rabbi Makes It Into Knesset

Reform rabbi Gilad Kariv said ultra-Orthodox calls for a boycott against him in election campaign are a rejection and boycott of a large chunk of the Israeli public and half the Jewish people around the world

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Rabbi Gilad Kariv, number four on the Labor Party list, has made history by becoming the first non-Orthodox rabbi to serve as an Israeli lawmaker.

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