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Counting towards a New Reality

Sefirat Haomer and Women’s Leadership — Counting towards a New Reality by Rabbi Kenneth Brander 18/05/2018  “Not only is the teaching of Torah Shebe’al Peh to girls permissible, but it is nowadays an absolute imperative. This policy of discrimination between the sexes as to subject matter and method of instruction which is still advocated by certain… Continue Reading Counting towards a New Reality

“To spread Torah and make it glorious.”

“To spread Torah and make it glorious.” by Chamutal Shoval 21/03/2018 A few weeks ago, I was at a Shabbat meal with new neighbors. As we were getting to know each other, one of the men at the table said that he was in yeshiva, studying the Laws of Shabbat and preparing to take the rabbinate… Continue Reading “To spread Torah and make it glorious.”

Shabbat is Meaningful to Everyone

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… Continue Reading Shabbat is Meaningful to Everyone

“Why it’s easier to ordain Orthodox female rabbis in Israel than the US” – Times of Israel

“Why it’s easier to ordain Orthodox women in Israel than the US” by Ben Sales 11/10/2017 JTA — Ever since Rabbi Avi Weiss began training female clergy and appointing them to leadership positions, he’s been mired in controversy. Graduates of his women’s seminary in Riverdale, New York, have been banned from serving as clergy or in… Continue Reading “Why it’s easier to ordain Orthodox female rabbis in Israel than the US” – Times of Israel

“Orthodox Women Launch Book on Jewish Law” – Jerusalem Post

“Orthodox women launch book on Jewish law” By JEREMY SHARON 26/06/2014 First ever book of responsa on questions of Orthodox Jewish law written by women certified to serve as halachic decisors was published this week. In a ground-breaking development, the first ever book of responsa on questions of Orthodox Jewish law written by women who… Continue Reading “Orthodox Women Launch Book on Jewish Law” – Jerusalem Post