The American Jewish thought police are quick to label sympathy a betrayal of Israel.
The many dangers lurking in the Middle East are likely to spell conflict, not peace.
How can the next Israeli government bridge the growing secular-religious divide?
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Swift acceptance of gays by the Israeli Defense Forces in 1993 helped transform Israel into one of the most gay-friendly countries in the world. Moment looks at the history—and the future—of the gay rights movement in Israel, from the rainbow flag-strewn streets of Tel Aviv to the more traditional enclave of Jerusalem.