After Pessach: The Israeli Secular/Religious Divide After the Rabbi Elon Scandal

We hope everyone has had an enjoyable long weekend and that our observant Jewish readers are surviving the dietary rigours of Pessach.

The next post will be up on Wednesday.

I will respond to themes touched on by Yaron in his post on the Rabbi Elon sex scandal. My post will  explore the secular/religious divide from a very irreligious perspective.

This will be followed by a piece from Yaron that examines the importance of Rabbi Elon’s message – as distinct from the Rabbi’s alleged misdeeds – of bridging the secular/religious chasm in order to avoid an irreparable rift that is, perhaps, as great a challenge to the Jewish state as any external threat.

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2 Responses to “After Pessach: The Israeli Secular/Religious Divide After the Rabbi Elon Scandal”

  1. melina smith says:

    Great story on Australian Story over easter with a Jewish angle,what a lovely,lovely girl!

    Got to see this Alex,wonderful family to raise such a special girl!

    http://www.abc.net.au/austory/

    Children of a lesser god!!

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