Eric Yoffie

President, Union for Reform Judaism

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Rabbi, and President of the Union for Reform Judaism

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Israel said today it welcomes efforts by France and Egypt to negotiate a ceasefire in Gaza.  Meantime, under heavy pressure from humanitarian organizations, Israel suspended fighting…

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Israel said today it welcomes efforts by France and Egypt to negotiate a ceasefire in Gaza.  Meantime, under heavy pressure from humanitarian organizations, Israel suspended fighting…

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Israel is under intense international pressure, and today it suspended attacks in Gaza to ease the humanitarian crisis.  After three hours, the fighting resumed.

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Israel is under intense international pressure, and today it suspended attacks in Gaza to ease the humanitarian crisis.  After three hours, the fighting resumed.

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