Date: יום שלישי 17 אפריל 2018
"Seventy years following the establishment of the State, Reform and Progressive Judaism have a strategic window of opportunity among millions of Israelis, who for the first time are recognizing the great contribution that an open, encompassing and egalitarian Judaism can have on the future of the State of Israel. Fulfilling this enormous opportunity could be the greatest accomplishment of Reform Judaism in the 21st century and a source of pride for all of us." Read the rest of Rabbi Gilad Kariv's special message for the 70th anniversary of the State of Israel, as well as updates about current events, our new website, and more!
Date: יום שלישי 10 אפריל 2018
"But Jacobs dreams of a different future, and he thinks it could begin with the space at the Wall. “The thought is, if we can do this kind of transformation of that space, we can do it throughout the society in every area,” he says in his office. “The Zionist enterprise was not to just have a homeland for the ultra-Orthodox or for the Orthodox. It was for the secular, for the progressive, too.” He looks me dead in the eye. “This is the project. The project is to get back to the wider, more inclusive view of Israel. It’s to be adamant that that project cannot be reversed. We must simply move forward on that.”" This profile of Union for Reform Judaism President Rabbi Rick Jacobs is a must read.
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