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The Masorti Movement is committed to a pluralistic, egalitarian, and democratic vision of Zionism. Masorti represents a “third” way. Not secular Judaism. Not ultra-Orthodoxy. But a Jewish life that integrates secular beliefs. Halakhah with inclusion and egalitarianism. Tradition that recognizes the realities of today’s world. Masorti engages tens of thousands of Israelis each year, young and old, native born as well as olim from around the globe. Click here to read more about Masorti

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The AJC’s Jewish Religious Equality Coalition Opposes Mikvah Bill

  • 2016-06-10

There is a bill currently in the Knesset proposing the barring of Reform and Conservative/Masorti conversions at public mikvaot in Israel. The bill was discussed at length in a heated debate this past Monday, and has been tabled for a vote until early next week.

J-REC Statement in Opposition to Mikv...

Historic Agreement at the Kotel (Western Wall)

  • 2016-02-02

A historic compromise that redefines the relationship between religion and state in Israel has been reached! After 25 years of fraught negotiations, for the first time in the history of the State of Israel,...

Masorti is celebrating!

  • 2015-10-27

It is the 20th anniversary of our Bar and Bat Mitzvah Program for Children with Disabilities (part of Adraba, the Shirley Lowy Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities.) Click here to read more. Twenty years ago, Conservative Judaism’s interpretation of Halacha (Jewish law) expanded, opening up a wo...

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If Israel does not work to make itself the nation-state of all the Jewish people, and be truly pluralistic and open ... then we risk losing these people.

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