When Jewish 'tradition’ means injustice against women
If you, Modern Orthodox Jew, live near a synagogue striving to limit the affront to women in prayer but insist on going to an old-style shul that insults women, you are making an immoral choice.
When I was a teenage girl growing up in Jerusalem’s Religious Zionist community in the 1980s, I knew that there were two things that one could only get in America: white Reebok Hi Tops and sane religiosity. This is what people all around were saying as they watched Religious Zionism, born and bred in Israel, being swept toward the extreme end of the religious and political spectrum.
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