Nashim Magazine – “First in Line”

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First in Line By Chen Gilad  | Nashim Magazine, Sivan Issue It has been questioned for many years why public institutions do not have a female position, parallel to a rabbi, when the world of Torah has been blessed with many women scholars who are learned and knowledgeable in the myriad of halachic texts. Bar …

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A Thousand Words – May 24, 2021

Midreshet Lindenbaum – Matat, Carmiel

“I hereby take upon myself to love” Driven by their feelings of pain over the difficult events that have shaken Israel in recent weeks, students from Midreshet Lindenbaum-Matat in the city of Carmiel initiated a beautiful project designed to increase kindness and “baseless love” amongst the Jewish people while also raising funds for charity.  The …

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TOI – For God’s sake, Islam and Judaism can make peace

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FEATURED POST For God’s sake, Islam and Judaism can make peace The rift can heal with the help of interfaith dialogue anchored in a deep understanding of Islam’s 2 contrasting views on Jews and Judaism By Rabbi Dr. Yakov Nagen | May 23, 2021 “It was the best of times; it was the worst of …

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JPost-Petition demands childcare subsidies for women in Torah study programs

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Petition demands childcare subsidies for women in Torah study programs Women who learn in institutions for advanced religious study should be eligible for the same benefits as families where the father studies full time at a kollel. Jeremy Sharon |  May 24, 2021 The ITIM religious services organization has filed a petition to the High Court of …

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