Secular Judaism in Israel

By Charles S. Liebman

Charles S. Liebman, 2003

According to the 1999 survey of the Jewish population of Israel by the Guttman Center, 43 percent of Israeli Jews defined themselves as non-religious, i.e. secular and an additional five percent defined themselves as anti-religious. Respondents were also asked about their observance of the tradition. The relevant question for us is whether the secular respondents report that they observe a small part of the tradition or whether they observe nothing.

Topic: Israeli Jews, Jewish Identification, Israeli Culture, Survey, Ethnicity, Sabras, Secularism

Name of Publication: The Collected Speeches of Charles S. Liebman

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Genre: Speech

Coverage: Israel

Language: English

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Liebman, Charles S. Secular Judaism in Israel. The Collected Speeches of Charles S. Liebman. Charles S. Liebman. 2003: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=8028


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