Op-ed: There are those who write against 'religionization,' appalled by radicalization and disturbed by a dark future. There’s only one problem: not even the secular public agrees with them. Any Judaism survey and emissaries from hundreds of Chabad houses around the world will testify for that. Eventually, Jews just want Judaism.


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