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What is today's crisis

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Submitted by Jeffrey Sheff (United States), Mar 1, 2018 at 19:32

I agree that Jabotinsky was a great and insightful man. My belief was that a strong state of Israel (with a Zionist majority) would eliminate the need for an American Jewish leadership that cared more about American public opinion than Jewish security.

On what issue do you think their resolve is lacking: Iran? a Palestinian state? a resurgence of identity politics on the left and right? Please enlighten us.


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There are plenty. Let me just point out the Reform movement's initial negative reaction to Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital.

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