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Rabbi Rosen’s shift from insider to outsider was sealed by Gaza 2014

Rabbi Brant Rosen's 2012 book, Wrestling in the Daylight: A Rabbi’s Path to Palestinian Solidarity, is out in a second edition, detailing his decision to leave an Evanston, Ill., congregation over Israel issues. His friend Liz Rose-- who once came into his office and announced, "I'm losing my fucking mind" over Israel -- says the book is a powerful guide for Jews setting out on the journey away from Zionism.
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