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Reform Jews at the Kotel

This summer, I began my rabbinical school studies at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.

Deborah Goldberg
Israeli Reform Jews march in the Jerusalem pride parade

Across the world, pride parades are often more than a celebration of the LGBT community; they can be acts of solidarity in the face of discrimination and fear.

Jacob Kraus

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Rabbi Suzanne Singer

My homemade tallit, or prayer shawl, is the most meaningful Jewish object that I own.

Madeline Budman

Summer in Israel is probably best known for days at the beach, hiking in the hills and the many foreign tourists who come to visit the country.

Jacob Kraus

This post originally appeared on the Israel Religious Action Center's newsletter, The Pluralist

Anat Hoffman

For a number of years, activists seeking to damage Israel’s legitimacy and standing in the world have mounted a campaign to boycott, divest from and sanction the Jewish state.

Jacob Kraus
Jerusalem's Skyline

This is the fifth in a series of posts outlining some of the core issues related to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict and the Reform Movement’s positions on these issues. 

Jacob Kraus
Large crowds of worshipers gathered at the Western Wall

Three times a year – on Sukkot, Pesach and Shavuot

Jacob Kraus