Et tu, Elie?
There is a difference between unity and uniformity. And there is a very big difference between Jewish unity and Jewish uniformity.
Jewish unity is a very good thing, is something we should always have, and when we don't, it's something we should always work for.
Jewish uniformity is a very bad thing, indeed, is a very unJewish thing.
It is something we should always resist and something we have way too much of.
Though more Jews are more free than ever before, there are fewer independent Jewish voices than ever before, a far greater price to pay for anyone who deviates from the official Jewish line of the moment.
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