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An Insider's Update on Religious Pluralism in Israel

An Insider's Update on Religious Pluralism in Israel

It's been a big year in Israel, from ongoing conflict at the Western Wall to recent the fires that ravaged the country. Earlier this week, two Reform leaders came together for a Facebook Live conversation to discuss the current state of religious pluralism in the State of Israel, including what's happening now and what we can do to make our voices heard. Rabbi Rick Jacobs, president of the Union for Reform Judaism, and Rabbi Noa Sattath, director of the Israel Religious Action Center, took to's Facebook page for the live event, which you can watch here.

When it comes to religious pluralism, says Rabbi Jacobs, "Let the Prime Minister & others know: We do care, & we're watching."

Like on Facebook to take part in future live events.

Kate Bigam is the social media and community manager for the Union for Reform Judaism, serving as a content manager and editor for She is a proud alumna of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism’s Eisendrath Legislative Assistant fellowship and also served as the RAC's press secretary. A native Ohioan, Kate grew up at Temple Beth Shalom in Hudson, OH, and holds a degree in magazine journalism from Kent State University. She and her fiancé live in Cleveland.

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