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Rising Streams: Reform and Conservative Judaism in Israel

How can we explain the discrepancy between the 5 percent low mark and the 13 percent high mark found in the various surveys, which would put the number of Israelis identifying as Reform or Conservative anywhere from roughly 300,000 – 800,000, and between either of those figures and the roughly 20,000 people who are actually members of the movements (children included)?