Israel-Diaspora Relations

Jewish Solidarity In an Age of Polarization

Pluralism and Jewish Solidarity in Polarizing Times A number of internal polarization processes have surfaced in Israel and the Diaspora over the past year. They are influenced in different ways by parallel political schisms taking place in American and Israeli society. In certain areas Israeli and Diaspora Jews may be heading in different directions, and expectations should be re-examined. The political system in Israel and the Jewish communal system in…
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