Midreshet Lindenbaum

With so many Purim and Shushan Purim activities throughout the network, we had a hard time finding one Photo of the Week! Between all of our schools’ various chessed initiatives and making sure that Israelis from Eilat to the Golan Heights could hear the Megillah, our students, faculty and staff had a very busy – …

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There’s no place like “home”… After spending weeks learning in classrooms or, during lockdown, over Zoom, this week the fellows from the Susi Bradfield Women’s Institute of Halakhic Leadership finally returned to their beloved, vibrant and inspirational beit midrash at Midreshet Lindenbaum! May the restored sound of women’s voices raised in learning never fade. View …

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Women’s Obligation in Megilla Reading By Rabbi David Brofsky, Ra”m at Midreshet Lindenbaum Do Women and Men Have the Same Obligation in Mikra Megilla? The Talmud explicitly establishes that women are included in the obligation of mikra Megilla,despite the general rule exempting women from time-bound commandments (“mitzvot asei she-hazman gerama”): R. Yehoshua b. Levi said: …

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Chevrutot Megan Glajchen (right) and Rebeccy Babitz from Midreshet Lindenbaum‘s Maria and Joel Finkle Overseas Program braved the oncoming storm that left Jerusalem covered in a blanket of white snow in order to finish the day’s Daf Yomi.  Talk about dedication to Torah learning! View previous Photo of the Week #HadafHayomi#KeepOnLearning#LearningTorahInTheSnow#LivingLearningLeading

Staying in Touch: Building a Strong Alumnae Family Midreshet Lindenbaum’s Finkle Program for overseas students harnesses the power of the internet to maintain warm, nurturing relationships with their beloved alumnae from all the years, all over the world. “Midreshet Lindenbaum Alumnae Recharge Weeks completely lived up to its name; I really needed that ‘shot in …

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Rabbi Ohad Teharlev: In Favor of Religious Female Soldiers in the IDF Academic Reserve Program (“Atuda“) Religious girls in the Israel Defense Forces’ Atuda Program (Academic Reserves program for students who first complete their academic studies and then use their learned skills in the IDF as trained professionals)? Rabbi Ohad Teharlev believes that military service …

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