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The New York Times had an article titled Israel Faces Uproar Abroad as Netanyahu Yields to Ultra-Orthodox Jews.
At the demonstration on Saturday night, people held placards saying “Bibi, do not divide the Jewish people,” referring to the prime minister by his nickname. Among them, Rabbi Naamah Kelman-Ezrachi, who in the early 1990s became the Reform Movement’s first female rabbi ordained in Israel and who is a descendant of 10 generations of rabbis, said, “American Jewry has finally woken up to fight for pluralism in Israel.”
I find it ironic that the placards referred not to dividing the Jewish people, years after the Reform and Conservative had no qualms in dividing the Jewish people when they formed their 'new and improved' movements.
Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP)