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Rachel Barenblat

I am a blogger — also a writer of essays, poetry, and liturgy — living in rural western Massachusetts, USA. I run an arts nonprofit called Inkberry which seeks to strengthen connections between writing and life and create a space where everyone can discover their voice. I hope that my blog, Velveteen Rabbi can serve as a window into liberal Judaism, a bridge between religious traditions, and a café where matters of religion can be discussed freely and courteously.

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Latest posts by Rachel Barenblat

16 August 2005

Israel: more disengagement reactions

More Israeli voies on the disengagement.

11 August 2005

Israeli blogosphere

In the English-language Israeli blogosphere, most people are talking about the disengagement.

15 May 2005

Al Jinane: Championing free speech in Morocco

Tarik Essaadi is the blogger behind Al Jinane. His motto: "Bloguer pour comprendre la complexité du monde,"Blogging to understand the complexity of the world"...