Reanchoring Judaism

ByMORDECHAI BECK
June 24, 2014 14:04

Writer Bonna Haberman explores what it means for the Jewish people to be in its own home.

Bonna Haberman

Writer Bonna Haberman explores what it means for the Jewish people to be in its own home. (photo credit:BAZ RATNER,REUTERS)

 AFTER HAVING her book “Rereading Israel” receive the US National Jewish Book Award for 2012, and recently publishing another book, “Israeli Feminism Liberating Judaism: Blood and Ink,” on the history and goals of the Women at the Wall, writer and social activist Bonna Haberman could be excused for wanting to take a break from the onerous chore of writing and demonstrating.

But the thought never enters her mind.

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