IMPJIsrael Movement for Progressive Judaism
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amazonense strain 56AF, 7 out of the 13 T6SS-associated proteins (ImpA, ImpB, ImpC, ImpF, ImpG, ImpH, and ImpJ) were found, in addition to the T4SS homolog IcmF.
In Israel, the Reform movement, which is called the Israeli Movement for Progressive Judaism (IMPJ), dates back to the 1950s, but a serious concern for women's role in liturgy is a relatively recent development, namely since the last decade of the 20st century.
The Israeli Reform prayer book, Ha-Avodah Shebalev, published by the Israeli Movement for Progressive Judaism (IMPJ) in 1982, still reflects so little interest in gender issues that the American liturgy scholar Eric Friedland (1991:261) wrote: "The Israel religious progressives' apparent unconcern with gender terminology might reek of rank heresy to their American siblings" The second edition (1991) pays more attention to gender issues, but until recently, it was only informal prayer handouts and semi-formal publications that attended to gender in fully committed ways.