Unlike the Israeli government, the Jewish public is more supportive than ever of religious pluralism, according to an annual survey.
By Hal Lewis
American Jews appear to believe that when it comes to a “Jewish” political agenda, we want our rabbis speak out when we agree with them, and stand down when we don’t, the president of the Spertus Institute writes. More ▸
By Ben Sales
The majority of Israelis support legalizing civil marriage, and recognizing Conservative and Reform conversions, according to a just-released poll. More ▸
By JTA Staff
In advance of Super Tuesday, JTA takes a look at the stances of the four Republican presidential candidates on some issues of Jewish interest. More ▸