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    • Zev Davis
    • 23.06.13 | 05:15 (IDT)

    That many formerly "Women's colleges" existed in the Sates doesn't seem to affect some of the more liberal minded academics in Jerusalem, but . . . it didn't seem to be less academic. If this is what will place Haredim out in the workplace, why is so bad? Could it be that the Seculariss are so bent on keeping Haredim out of the Israeli society that anything, literally ANYTHING that will bring them there is dirty pool?! Maybe the charge that the point of placing Hardiem in the workplace was so they could "loose their religion", and not to result in the their betterment. If so, I guess this sector will come in on their own terms, and do exceptionally well, and still Halachically Observant. Too bad for these latter day Yevseks. We will get the best of both worrld!

    from the article: Plan to offer gender segregated studies at Hebrew U sparks outcry among faculty
    First published 02:02 23.06.13 | Last updated 01:13 23.06.13
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