(RNS) — The vast majority of Jews did not vote for Trump, exit polls showed. But those who identify as Orthodox were the most supportive of Trump on Election Day and continue to give him high marks.
JERUSALEM (RNS) But they face an uphill battle in their quest to educate Israeli Jews who view religious choice as a foreign concept.
(RNS) For progressive Jews who have watched the discrimination against minority religious groups with growing concern, the situation presents a tension. How do you respond to a perceived threat when it comes from within your own community?
American Jews should get a grip on themselves. Our relationship with Israel is not threatened.
(RNS) The phenomenon of growing Israeli communal life in the United States offers a new model for American secular Jews to express their Judaism without needing to belong to a synagogue or religious institution.
(RNS) Among the winners in the new Pew Research Center poll on American Jews, the Orthodox movement and Israel. Losers include the Conservative movement.
President Obama's nominee for Defense chief doesn't have problems with any real or perceived 'Jewish lobby.' It's conservative Christians who are is only real remaining opposition, says TAC's Samuel Goldman. Discuss...
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