A home for Religion and State in Israel

by Maskil on March 18, 2008

In a blog posting in October last year, I mentioned the indispensable Religion and State in Israel Weekly E-newsletter edited by Joel Katz. I closed off by saying that:

My only criticism (actually a suggestion) is that no archive of previous issues of the newsletter exists. Or rather, that no publicly accessible archive exists on the Web. This should be a relatively easy exercise to accomplish should the demand warrant it.

Joel appears to have taken the suggestion to heart. Shortly thereafter, Religion and State in Israel acquired a permanent address on Blogger, right here.

The weekly e-newsletter is still required reading for anyone interested in the skewed relationship between church (synagogue) and state in Israel. The newsletter can be accessed through e-mail subscription, RSS (Atom) feed or directly on the blog’s home page.

(Please note that the Religion and State in Israel newsletter is no longer hosted on Constant Contact, but is instead hosted on FeedBurner. You can find the link on the Religion and State in Israel blog homepage (top left) or here.)

If you care about Judaism and Israel, and how the unwholesome relationship between them is working to the detriment of both, please sign up. As far as I’m aware, this is the most comprehensive resource (in English) regarding these issues, and the weekly compilation rarely misses anything of significance.

Altneuland: Religion and State in Israel Weekly E-newsletter

Religion and State in Israel

Weekly review of media coverage on issues of religion and state in Israel. Religion and State in Israel is not affiliated with any organization or movement.

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