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The Bitter Taste of Victory - by Rabbi Pamela Frydman

The Bitter Taste of Victory - by Rabbi Pamela Frydman

On August 31st, the Israeli Supreme Court took up a matter brought by Hiddush, Women of the Wall and the Reform and Conservative Movements. The issue at hand is whether to require the government to adhere to, and implement, the Kotel agreement.


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Rabbi Mark Levin: Citizen or Consumer?

Rabbi Mark Levin: Citizen or Consumer?

Rabbi Mark Levin of Congregation Beth Torah in Overland Park, Kansas shares his 5772/2002 Rosh Hashanah drasha about the obligation of American Jewry to take a stake in Israeli affairs- specifically regarding religion and state.

Rabbi Lisa Hochberg-Miller: What American Jews Can Do for Israeli Pluralism

Rabbi Lisa Hochberg-Miller: What American Jews Can Do for Israeli Pluralism

Rabbi Hochberg-Miller, from Temple Beth Torah in Ventura, CA writes about the story of Sara and Tzachi, a couple from Israel who had to leave their country to marry only because of Sarah's Conservative conversion.

Rabbi David Golinkin: Why the State of Israel should abolish the Chief Rabbinate

Rabbi David Golinkin: Why the State of Israel should abolish the Chief Rabbinate

Rabbi David Golinkin explains why the Chief Rabbinate should be abolished.

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