Where Israel Differs

Separating religion and state sends the wrong signal in principle, and could wreak havoc in practice.

Response
Yisrael Aumann
July 24 2013

The provocative “Modest Proposal of my good friend Moshe Koppel is well thought out, lucidly presented, and buttressed by history, logic, facts on the ground, and clear thinking; altogether, it makes fascinating reading, like everything he writes. Had I not been requested explicitly and urgently to do so, I would not have presumed to comment on it; but I was, so I will. I won’t disagree—rather, I will present an alternative view for the readers’ consideration.

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