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So Now Reform and Conservative Jews Want What?

7 Elul 5777 29 August 2017 The News on the Israel Street Palestinian terror¬†yesterday . . . An Israeli woman was moderately wounded by Palestinian terrorists near Sinjil when her car’s front windshield and passenger windows were shattered by “rocks.” … Continue reading

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