Who‘s afraid of Reform Judaism?

The furor following Religious Services Minister David Azoulay’s outburst proves that Reform and Conservative Judaism have broken free of their slave chains.

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August 10, 2015 18:10
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Religious Services Minister David Azoulay

Religious Services Minister David Azoulay. (photo credit: Wikimedia Commons)

 
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