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See how the "Women of the Wall" desecrate a Torah scroll

It is not about religion but only about provocation. The self – appointed Women of the Wall made another attempt of Torah scroll desecration. I very much doubt whether this women are all Jewish at all ! 15 more words
Kotel (Western Wall)

On Second Thought

I said here (in a comment to the repost of Rabbi Adar’s blog post responding to my prior post, which in turn was a response to a post of hers) that there is no real dispute between Rabbi Adar and myself over sacrifice vs. 1,018 more words

Humanistic Judaism

The Chosen Frozen

As you may or may not know, I am a blogger for The Jerusalem Post, which is the major daily English-language newspaper in Israel. My blog, The Chosen Frozen, appears on their website, JPost.com. 26 more words


I Voted.

Through April 30th 2015, the World Zionist Organization is holding open voting for all jews to help shape its agenda, including issues affecting both Diaspora Jews and the state of affairs in Israel. 74 more words


What Reform Judaism can learn about Choice from Disney World

In 2002, at the age of 18, I visited Walt Disney World for the first time. My sister was 15, and waiting until this point in our lives to make the trek to Orlando was a supremely wise decision on my parents’ part, as it removed a lot of the stress that accompanies visiting the home of the world’s most famous mouse. 2,122 more words

Judaism - Reform

Netanyahu Tactics Anger Many U.S. Jews, Deepening a Divide


Long before the latest election in Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu was a polarizing figure among American Jews. But even many of his supporters said this week that they were appalled at his last-minute bid to mobilize Jewish voters by warning that Arabs were going to the polls in droves, and his renunciation of a two-state solution to the… 1,386 more words

Daily News

Denise Eger - 1st openly lesbian leader of Reform Judaism in US

YAHOO NEWS: As a rabbinic student in 1980s New York, Denise Eger lived away from other seminarians. She quietly started a group for fellow gay and lesbian students, but held the meetings in another borough. 133 more words