The Rabbinic Moral Voice We Need Right Now

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Cry aloud; do not be silent. Lift up your voice like a shofar. — Isaiah 58:1

Our Statements

  • December 6, 2017

    Rabbis Argue That U.S. Recognition of Jerusalem as Israeli Capital Is Counterproductive, Serves No Purpose

    NEW YORK – In response to President Trump’s announcement today that the U.S. government will move the U.S. embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to…
  • November 28, 2017

    T’ruah Joins Jewish Organizations Urging Israel Not to Deport Asylum Seekers

    Today T’ruah joined 24 other leaders of the North American Jewish community who sent a letter to Prime Minister Netanyahu, urging Israel not to deport African asylum seekers, but rather to let North American Jews help in addressing the issue. The letter followed the Israeli government’s announcement last week of its plans to deport tens of thousands of Eritrean and Sudanese asylum seekers, which include thousands of survivors of the Darfuri genocide and other victims of persecution. The text of the letter follows.

  • October 31, 2017

    330 Rabbis Call on Israel to Cease Arms Sales to Burma

    As U.S. rabbis and cantors, we join in the recent call issued by 55 Israeli rabbis and community leaders urging the Israeli government to stop weapons sales to Burma (Myanmar) and military training services there in the face of a brutal, potentially genocidal campaign against the Rohingya minority community. We also support the members of Congress who have stepped across party lines to issue a bipartisan letter calling for the U.S. to “immediately suspend all planned training programs with Burma’s military.”