July 27, 2023

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Israeli Judicial Reform

In light of the rapidly accelerating judicial reform happening in Israel, JFN members are asking what can be done to support Israeli democracy. If you are interested in getting involved and making a difference we are here to help provide guidance and connect you to other members already active in this field.

Please do not hesitate to reach out. Contact JFN VP of Philanthropic Engagement Ari Rudolph or our JFN Israel office at [email protected].

JFN CEO Andrés Spokoiny's Tisha B'Av Essay in eJewish Philanthropy

I grew up on a myth: that the Jewish Revolt against Rome was virtuous and heroic; a fight for freedom led by saintly men. As an adult, however, I learned the truth: The Great Revolt wasn’t just an act of heroic anti-imperialist defiance, but an extremist folly that was, first and foremost, a civil war.

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