Mittwoch, 14. Juli 2010

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"Reform Rabbi Galia Sadan plays several roles in the Israel Movement for Progressive Judaism: She is rabbi of the Beit Daniel synagogue in Tel Aviv, coordinator of the Council of Progressive Rabbis and director of a conversion school at the Beit Daniel Center. The school, she says, converts about 200 people annually. Sadan, like many Reform and Conservative rabbis, is a native Israeli, despite both denominations' image as comprised primarily of immigrants from the United States and Europe.
On July 17, the World Reform Movement will commemorate the establishment of the first Reform temple 200 years ago, in Germany."













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