The Jews Will Take Care of the Rest

Moshe Koppel wants to clear something up: He's not actually calling for less religious involvement in public life. 

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<i>Mosaic</i>
July 17 2013

Moshe Koppel wants to clear something up: He’s not calling for less religious involvement in public life. “I actually want Jewish thought to influence public policy in Israel,” the author of our July essay, “Religion and State in Israel,” told us when we visited him in his Jerusalem office last week. “There are all kinds of issues about which Jewish tradition has important things to say.” 

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More about: church and state, Free Exercise of Religion, Israel, Jewish identity, Jewish State, Moshe Koppel