U.S. Jewish Leader ‘Disappointed’ After Fighting Israeli Government Over Nation-state Bill

Jewish Federations president says draft law's new wording, which undercuts religious pluralism, is ‘short of the expectations we have of Israel, a thriving democracy’

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After a whirlwind 48-hour trip to Israel in which he told Israeli leaders of Diaspora Jewry’s distress over the controversial nation-state bill, Jerry Silverman said he was leaving the country “disappointed.”