Search results for tag " Diaspora Jewry"

  • It’s time for American Jewry to speak up and act
    Written by Uri Regev on 03/10/2018
    A few days ago PM Netanyahu, in NY to deliver a forceful speech at the UN and meet with world leaders, also met with a small group of top level American Jewish leaders. The little that we know about the meeting gives us reason to urge American Jewish leaders that it’s high time to change course and take a far more proactive approach in dealing with the critically important Israel-Diaspora bridge.

  • Amichai Lau-Lavie on religion and state
    Written by on 08/11/2013
    Israeli-American educator Amichai Lau-Lavie speaks with Hiddush about the perfect Jewish democracy.

  • Rescuing Israel's relationship with world Jewry
    Written by on 03/10/2013
    In light of the Prime Minister's Office's announcement of a $300 million plan to engage Diaspora youth, Rabbi Uri Regev points to the crucial factor missing out in this relationship: freedom of religion and equality.

  • Rescuing Israel's relationship with world Jewry
    Written by on 03/10/2013
    In light of the Prime Minister's Office's announcement of a $300 million plan to engage Diaspora youth, Rabbi Uri Regev points to the crucial factor missing out in this relationship: freedom of religion and equality.

  • To Reach Diaspora, Make Israel Welcoming to All Jews
    Written by Uri Regev on 24/09/2013
    In a Jewish Daily Forward op-ed, Rabbi Uri Regev writes that Israeli and American Jewish leadership's blind eye to religious freedom in Israel will endanger Israel's relationship with the next generation of American Jewry.

  • The Global Call for Freedom of Marriage
    Written by on 23/06/2013
    Major American Jewish organizations support freedom of marriage.

  • What’s Missing from Real Dialogue between Israel and Diaspora Jewry?
    Written by on 09/05/2012
    What conversations are we refusing to have? We must understand that our unity can only be based on a celebration of diversity, even when it involves difficult controversy.

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