Schulweis on Judaism and Conscience in Considering an Immigration Policy

Immigration and Fidelity
to Jewish Conscience

“…I confess that I hear all partisan rhetoric with a pre-political Jewish third ear. There are Jewish theological and moral convictions that have cultivated my political sensibilities, and Jewish historic memories that inform my political  judgment…”—Rabbi Harold M. Schulweis (z”l),”Jewish Political Conscience*”

Read more in these pertinent selections from the Schulweis Archives:

*Jewish Political Conscience,” Rabbi Harold M. Schulweis, Sh’ma, November 1995

Welcoming the Stranger,” Sermon of Rabbi Harold M. Schulweis, Valley Beth Shalom, April 1980

Globalism and Judaism,” Sermon of Rabbi Harold M. Schulweis, Valley Beth Shalom, Rosh Hashanah 2004

Not Ours“, Poem by Rabbi Harold M. Schulweis

The Ethics of the Neighbor,” Journal of the Society of Textual Reasoning, November 2005