Chaim I. Waxman (editor)
Religious Zionism is widely viewed as facing major challenges both in Israel and in the Diaspora, especially after the â€œDisengagementâ€ from the Gaza Strip, Gush Katif. Written by some of the most creative and dynamic personalities in the Modern Orthodox community, the essays in this volume are both analytic and prescriptive, and focus on several areas of challenge: being a Religious Zionist in the Diaspora; educational challenges of Religious Zionism in Israel; Religious Zionist education in the Western Diaspora, especially the United States; Religio-legal decision-making from a Religious Zionist perspective; and aspects of the relationship between Israeli and American Orthodoxy and Religious Zionism.
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