Friday October 9, 2015
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'Non-Orthodox Diaspora Jews do not feel wanted in Israel'

Following a trip to the U.S., Rabbi Yuval Cherlow, one of Israel's most prominent Zionist Orthodox rabbis: Many non-Orthodox Diaspora Jews do not want to identify with Israel "because of the occupation, the racism, the control of another people by force" • He suggests a re-examination of the line between Halachic rulings and state policies.

Yehuda Shlezinger and Israel Hayom Staff

Concerned about assimilation and loss of Jewish identity, Rabbi Yuval Cherlow wants steps to be taken to welcome non-Orthodox Diaspora Jews.
Photo credit: Dudi Vaaknin
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