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Non-denominational or non-Orthodox?

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  1. Ari says:

    Well said! I think the author’s argument is simple and valid; Jewish groups, that identify as non-denomination and inclusive to all, should be sensitive to the needs of ALL members. I too, as a religious and orthodox Jew, have experienced similar situations to those that the author has mentioned.
    It is mind boggling that a Hillel, JCC, or any other Jewish organization would schedule certain events on the Sabbath or not provide kosher food. It creates an unnecessary level of uncomfort in an environment where all are meant to be welcomed and included.

  2. Ethan Gipsman says:

    Very well said Daniel. i have felt the same exact way for many years.