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The Mark Weber Report: Why Judaism Is Not Like Other Religions

June 15, 2011

Rabbi Ovadia Yosef

And Why That’s Important

Judaism is not just another religion. It’s core values are markedly unlike those of Christianity and the other great faiths. A central message of the Hebrew scriptures is that Jews are a divinely “chosen” people — a unique community distinct from the rest of humanity. Some recent news items reconfirm this point, which is important for an understanding of the reality of cultural and political life in the United States, the US relationship with Israel, and the issue of war and peace in the Middle East and in the world.

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Contact Mark Weber:
weber@ihr.org
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