Reform Judaism in the U.S. claims to be committed to Jewish survival, but promotes the exact opposite.
In a Rosh Hashana interview, Rabbi Amar chose to focus on battling Reform Judaism.
He once described Reform Judaism, the liberal denomination of most American Jews, as akin to “radicalized Islam.”
Back in 1983, Reform Judaism recognized the Jewish identity of children of “patrilineal descent.”
Haaretz had Rabbi Rick Jacobs, president of the Union for Reform Judaism, saying the platform may be "a gesture of good will."
Reform Judaism has made important contributions to Jewish life.
Sadly, today, Reform Judaism in America is acting against Jewish continuity.
The most liberal branch of Judaism. In Reform Judaism, all of the Jewish law, or Torah, is subject to adaptation to fit modern circumstances. In the United States, Reform Jewish congregations have more members than those of the other two branches of Judaism. (Compare Conservative Judaism and Orthodox Judaism.)