Can the Jewish people survive without a Jewish and democratic state in the Land of Israel? For a while, perhaps. But creative Jewish survival needs a state to strengthen Jewish identity, foster Jewish unity and offer a meaningful Jewish response to the emptiness of modern life.
Rabbi Brian Walt reflects on his journey from being a progressive Zionist to holding a belief in a Judaism and American Jewish identity that rejects Zionism as its core belief.
The following is Eric Yoffe's blogpost "I prefer to live with Jews" for the Jerusalem Post. Yoffie is the outgoing president of the Union for Reform Judaism, one of the leading Reform Jewish organizations in the United States. The p...
'American rabbis should never object to a reprimand from an Israeli colleague' -- Once again, a liberal American Jewish leader defers to an Israeli rightwinger
American Jewish organizations say they don't want Israel on the program, Rabbi Eric Yoffie reports