Daniel J. Roth - Jerusalem Post

March 18, 2018

Troy said that he hopes readers will see the new book as an invitation to appreciate the breadth of the Zionist conversation, from right to left, from religious to secular, over the last 250 years.

Gil Preuss - eJewishPhilanthropy

March 02, 2018

I wonder what would happen if we took the time at conferences, meetings and other communal gatherings to have conversations with people on topics where there is no agreement and no hope of reaching one. What if we created an expectation that you can have opposing points of views, and still listen? What if people knew that they wouldn’t be shunned for saying something unpopular?

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