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Rivlin told the New York UJA Federation," We are all one family" and made it a point to refer to a Consrvative leader as a rabbi.
Senior U.S. officials will welcome Arab MK Ayman Odeh who refuses to condemn Arab terror and blames it on Israel.
Bibi covered all the bases - Obama, the right-wing American Enterprise, the Federations and a liberal group.
The Vice President told Reform Jews how much he adores Israel but has no tolerance for people like Netanyahu's choice for media adviser, who equated Obama with anti-Semitism.
He refuses to consider Reform Jews as "Jews" but "welcomes them with love and joy" to be just like him.
The American liberal Jewish guilty conscience always plays itself out to identify with those who are not Jewish.
Liberal Jews are for tolerance until they also have to be tolerant.
They had to use a magnifying glass to read the letters.
Being right sometimes is wrong.
The Women of the Wall still have an uphill fight ahead of themselves.
It is not an easy fact to swallow, but the real demographic problem for Jews is in the Diaspora and not in Israel.
An Israel Knesset Member got a whack on his tongue for angering the Diaspora.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told the Union for Reform Judaism Biennial 2013 conference in a video address Sunday, “Peace is not a one-way...
The Union for Reform Judaism has sold off half of its headquarters in New York and is investing $1 million from the proceeds to...
Israel has well-paying Jobs and lots of available singles. Jewish schools are cheaper than in the US. But why move to Israel when you can get a quick $50,000 and move to the promised land in rural Alabama?
If the Women of the Wall want equality with men, why don’t they try to perform the Priestly Blessing at the Western Wall? Do tribal distinctions contradict “equality?” If so, who needs a Reform "rabbi?"
The Women of the Wall was so focused on Haredim that the girls forgot to ask Jordan for permission to pray in their own minyan. Now maybe the WoW will wake up to reality and pray on the Temple Mount.
For sure, there is no "direct connection" between the book, Torat HaMelech, and the youth who carried out the vicious attack on an Arab in Zion Square although since the trial hasn't begun, we really do not know much, neither I nor the Reform Rabbi. A Rabbi, by the way, would steer clear of such an accusation, especially during the Ten Days of Penitence. But "concentration camps"?