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‘As dramatic as the shift from biblical to rabbinic Judaism’

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Published: 15 March 2016

Last updated: 4 March 2024

What happens when two Jews means two different peoplehoods? - Amanda Borschel-Dan - The Times of Israel 14.03.16
The clash between much of the Diaspora and Israel over conversion and the question of ‘Who is a Jew?’ means the Jewish state now has de facto two classes of Jews. Where will it all end? [In 2015, the core Jewish population of Israel was 6,217,400, as against 5,700,000 in the US.]
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Western Wall rabbi withdraws support for egalitarian plaza - The Times of Israel/JTA 15.03.16

US Reform and Conservative leaders demand equal rights December 15, 2015

Ultra-Orthodox (re)gains – Theodor Herzl not Jewish? July 15, 2015


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