Rabbanit Devorah Evron
Rabbanit Devorah Evron

An Opportunity to Begin Anew Rabbanit Devorah Evron is the director of OTS’s Susi Bradfield Women’s Institute of Halakhic Leadership (WIHL) The commandment regarding Rosh Hashanah appears several times in the Torah, yet only one account in the Tanakh (in Nehemia, chapter 8) states that it took place on the 1st of Tishrei, on Rosh …

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Rabbanit Devorah Evron

“I’m not here to start a revolution”: Devorah Evron Appointed Bar Ilan Spiritual Leader Bar Ilan University announced new campus position – Spiritual Leader, to be filled by Rabbanit Devorah Evron By Moshe Maiersdorff  | February 2, 2021 The field of women’s Torah leadership in Israel was given an additional boost this week when Bar …

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Rabbanit Devorah Evron

Parshat Vayishlach: Dina’s Tragic Story Rabbanit Devorah Evron is the Director of the Susi Bradfield Women’s Institute of Halakhic Leadership (WIHL)  A young woman comes to a new land, and ventures out to see who her neighbors our, and who she can connect with. She’s new on the block. This is what we read in the …

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The New Religious Women by Chen Artzi-Srour  Yediot Aharonot, Shabbat Magazine 23/8/2018 [Translated from Hebrew] They had been considered an oddity, but what began quietly on social media gave birth to a revolution: religious feminists have evolved into agents of social change.  They speak out against sexual abuse, demand changes in the way the mikveh …

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Rabbanit Devorah Evron

  “Shabbat is Meaningful to Everyone” by Rabbanit Devorah Evron  Jerusalem Post Op-Ed –  18/1/2018 Over the last few months, Shabbat has evolved from being the Day of Rest to being the focal point of a fiery verbal boxing match. The concept of Shabbat in the Israeli public sphere has remained in the headlines, beginning with the …

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The Susi Bradfield Women’s Institute of Halakhic Leadership (WIHL) at Midreshet Lindenbaum is delighted to announce that Rabbanit Devorah Evron is joining the program in a directorial capacity, effective September 1, 2017. A graduate of the Halakha Program for Women at Beit Morasha, Evron passed with distinction the exams in all realms of Jewish law (the same …

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