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“Enlist into the IDF”

At the kenes

Rabbi Ohad Teharlev to religious girls: “Enlist into the IDF” More than 2,000 religious girls attended a conference held in Tel Aviv in advance of their enlistment to the IDF | Rabbi Ohad Teharlev, head of OTS’ Midreshet Lindenbaum: “If serving in the IDF is existential for our identity, it is also existential for women.” …

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Ta Shma 5780 – Come and Learn!

As Rosh Hashana approaches we seek inspiration, to reconnect and to come closer to Hashem.  In that light, we are delighted to share the latest edition of Midreshet Lindenbaum‘s Torah journal, “Ta Shma – Come and Learn.”  Click on the button below to download the booklet and read insights from members of the stellar Midreshet …

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“For these things, I do weep”

Rabbi Brander speaking

“For these things, I do weep – על אלה אני בוכיה“ Three young souls snatched from the world too soon are commemorated through a special day of learning at Midreshet Lindenbaum’s Tilles Campus Midreshet Lindenbaum alumna Tzurit Yaron was killed in a car accident in 2008 during the course of her service as a non-commissioned …

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Precedent: Group of religious female soldiers to observers’ unit

censored picture of tatzpitaniyot

Precedent: A group of religious female soldiers enlisted together as a group for the field intelligence observers’ unit  ““The role of field observer is a difficult and demanding one, but it carries great responsibility and great weight in preserving the lives of civilians and IDF soldiers. We are proud,” said Rabbi Teharlev Arutz 7 | …

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“Religious Women are voting with their feet”

Hadas soldiers

Rabbi Teharlev: “The religious women are voting with their feet and joining the IDF”  Ohr Torah Stone’s Rabbi Teharlev made their comments against the background of the rabbis’ letter to Bennett – which was vigorously denied by the rabbis – that presented Bennett with an ultimatum to stop supporting enlistment of religious women in the …

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An Evening in Memory of Belda and Marcel Lindenbaum, z”l

Lindenbaum azkara May 2019

An Evening in Memory of Belda and Marcel Lindenbaum, z”l “Belda and Marcel Lindenbaum, of blessed memory, sought the beauty in the world… they expected us to appreciate it, protect it and cultivate all of its inherent potential. Thus, it was only natural that together they dreamt of and established the Midrashet Lindenbaum in memory …

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Midreshet Lindenbaum Alumna Receives Top Honor

1st Lieutenant Y

“רבות בנות עשו חיל ואת עלית על כולנה” Congratulations to First Lieutenant Y on being one of the 120 outstanding IDF soldiers to receive this year’s President’s Award for Excellence! A graduate of Midreshet Lindenbaum‘s Hadas Torah/Army Program (whose name was not authorized for publication), received her award from Israeli President Reuven Ruvi Rivlin and IDF …

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Professor Dumbledore in the Beit Midrash

Dumbledore learning in the Beit Midrash

Midreshet Lindenbaum‘s Chana and Yaakov Tilles Campus in Jerusalem was transformed into the magical world of Harry Potter before Purim. Inspired by the students’ creativity, OTS President and Rosh HaYeshiva Rabbi Kenneth Brander surprised everyone by appearing in the Beit Midrash disguised as up as everyone’s favorite philosophical headmaster, the wise and worldly wizard Professor Albus …

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The Message of Purim

Rabbi David Brofsky

Taanit Esther and the Message of Purim By Rabbi David Brofsky Unlike the other “minor” fasts that are enumerated and discussed by the Talmud (Taanit 29a), Taanit Esther is not mentioned anywhere in the Mishna or Talmud. In fact, the earliest reference to Taanit Esther appears in the eighth-century geonic work Sheiltot DeRav Aḥai (Parashat …

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Professional Women in Halacha

Proffesional Women in Halacha  Part Two in the series on the phenomenon of women’s leadership and learning in Orthodoxy in Israel – in which three women describe their journey in answering the call to Torah. By Shoshanna Keats-Jaskoll –  February 21, 2019 | Jerusalem Post Magazine  The women who study Torah are as unique and …

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Hadas Yomi app developed by OTS student

Hadas IAF Soldiers Siyyum

The App that Accompanies Religious Women in the IDF An app created by a student at OTS’s Midreshet Lindenbaum offers religious female soldiers a daily dose of Torah by Gadi Deutsch | Maariv Online | 4 February, 2019 (Translated from Hebrew)  The conversation about religious women serving in the IDF continues; appearances of new videos …

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Call Her Rabbanit

Rabbanit Sally Mayer

Call Her Rabbanit; She’s Widening Role Of Women In Orthodox Community By AARON HOWARD | Jewish Herald Voice of Greater Houston • Thu, Jan 24, 2019 “Imagine how much richer the Torah world will be when a generation of women share their thoughts and insights into our cherished texts.” That’s what Sally Mayer told the …

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