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Meet the WIHL Fellows: Rabbanit Idit Mevorach-Shaag

View previous Meet Idit Mevorach-Shaag, who just finished her third year as a Fellow in the Susi Bradfield Women’s Institute of Halakhic Leadership (WIHL). Mevorach-Shaag lives in Jerusalem; she is married to Yair and a mother to Shachar. She possesses

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Meet the WIHL Fellows: Rabbanit Tikva Sapira

View previous Meet Rabbanit Tikva Sapira, fourth-year fellow in OTS’s Susi Bradfield Women’s Institute of Halakhic Leadership (WIHL). A resident of Ashdod, Tikva is married to Tzachi and is mother to Uriah Rimon and Kerem. She teaches at the Be’er

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Meet the WIHL Fellows: Rabbanit Shira Lieberman

View previous Meet Rabbanit Shira Lieberman, first-year fellow in OTS’s Susi Bradfield Women’s Institute of Halakhic Leadership (WIHL). Shira lives in Tekoa with her husband Dan and three children, Alma, Hallel and Nahar. She came to the WIHL after working

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How do women “speak” halakha?

How do women “speak” halakha? An erev iyyun dedicated to women’s halakhic discoce and perspectives on the Role of Women in the Beit Midrash What do we call a woman who learns halakha – a Rabbanit? Rabba? Rabbi? Why do

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Arutz 7 – Learning Halakha

Learning Halakha Understanding of one of the most central aspects of Jewish life has inspired me and my female colleagues to develop the “MidraIsha”. Rabbanit Batel Picar, June 07, 2022 I distinctly remember the formative experience that made me realize

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