Two prominent Reform leaders tell Haaretz they were not invited to participate or consulted about the call, a tradition started by Obama
Never before have U.S. Jews been so distressed and divided about Israel. Hawks and doves no longer recognize any legitimacy in the other’s arguments. But we Reform rabbis cannot flinch from declaring our stance
Ending 15-year saga, district court orders Hod Hasharon municipality to allow Kehilat Yonatan to build a synagogue for its community
N.Y. State Senate Candidate, Amid Controversy, Says She’s Jewish ‘Even if Gatekeepers of Jewishness Want to Deny My Jewishness’
Challengers claim Julia Salazar's Jewish and immigrant status are 'self-created,' but she insists: 'I’ve never sought to use my Jewishness for political gain, especially because frankly it is not politically advantageous for me at all'
They are looking for ceremonies that are inclusive of women, ceremonies that cater to LGBTQ or interfaith families, or they simply prefer a woman’s touch during the sensitive rite of passage
Between Corbyn's anti-Semitism scandals and Brexit, young progressive British Jews are torn between their old political home and the divisive rhetoric of contemporary U.K. politics
The allegations span decades and come from women who have worked with Steven M. Cohen or associated professionally with him, and include inappropriate sexual propositions and advances, and inappropriate sexual remarks
A new law, which has near-constitutional status, enshrines 'the realization of the right to national self-determination' as being 'unique to the Jewish people'
In a Knesset debate on the egalitarian prayer space in the Western Wall, Lawmaker Yinon Azoulay suggests Reform Jews take the money they invest in Israel and 'build a Kotel in the U.S.'
Dan Bahat, who heads the group, supports the existence of an egalitarian prayer area for Reform Jews, but fears damage to the site