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Western Wall

View of coastal Netanya Israel with both industrial buildings and lush beaches in view

It’s almost Shabbat in Netanya, a coastal town in central Israel, and I’m with Rabbi Edgar Nof, the Energizer Bunny of mitzvot and inclus

Rabbi Neal Gold
Group of dozens of rabbis and other Reform Jews holding Torah scrolls at the Western Wall while wearing prayer shawls

My Facebook feed has been inundated in recent weeks with articles, videos, and angry rants addressing the obstacles to religious freedom in Israel.

Chelsea Feuchs
Women at the Kotel holding a prayer shawl over other women who are reading from the Torah

A week has passed, and I am still mentally and emotionally processing my experience chanting Torah for the first time on Rosh Chodesh

Sharon Mann

It's been a big year in Israel, from ongoing conflict at the Western Wall to recent the fires that ravaged the country.

Kate Bigam

In 2013, the Israel Religous Action Center filed a lawsuit to demand that women and non-Orthodox Jews be allowed to serve on the government's Jewish Heritage Found

Anat Hoffman

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

Madeline Budman

Reform and Conservative Jewish leaders in North America and Israel are speaking out to tell Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that they will not stand for unequal treatment under Israeli law.

Kate Bigam

Muhammad Ali, the legendary boxer who passed away last week, once said that we all have the power to create change:

Anat Hoffman

Two of Reform Judaism's most prominent leaders took to Facebook yesterday for a live-streamed conversation about the creation of an egalitarian prayer space at the Western Wall and the future of Je

Kate Bigam


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