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As the Masorti Foundation joins in celebrating Diversity Month this April, it is launching the Masorti #InclusiveIsrael Campaign. It is the perfect time to kick-off a campaign to secure Israel’s future as a pluralistic state that embraces a diversity of...read more
Read this harrowing first-person account of what happened at the Kotel as Women of the Wall, and their supporters, went to celebrate 30 years of Rosh Hodesh prayers.Nava Meiersdorf Brenshtin studies at the Schechter Rabbinical Seminary and is a founder of...read more
On March 26th, in an affirmation of Masorti values of inclusion, pluralism and Jewish tradition, three Israeli couples, unable or unwilling to wed in Israel, were married in a service jointly officiated by Adas Israel in Washington D.C, and Washington Hebrew...read more
The donation of a small Sefer Torah by the Bieler and Lowy families became a double mitzvah. Originally gifted to ADRABA for use by children with disabilities, the Torah was carried by NOAM members on a historic trip to Poland. NOAM members visited many places rich in Jewish history and concluded their pilgrimage at Majdanek, where they gathered together and sang Etz Haim.
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