Written by: Melanie Phillips on July 21, 2022
(July 21, 2022 / JNS) Diaspora Jews worry about how to deal with the current tsunami of anti-Semitism that is washing through the world. They also worry about how to deal with the anti-Zionism and demonization of Israel that are now the default position for “progressives” in the West.
Most painful of all, they observe with horror that Jews themselves are increasingly involved in the onslaught against Israel.
However, there’s a problem that’s even more fundamental to the well-being of the Jewish people. It’s that Diaspora Jews are increasingly turning away from and even against Judaism itself.