In First, Woman Tapped as Judicial Assistant in Israeli Rabbinic Court

The fight to allow women to serve in the role, considered to be among the most senior ones in the rabbinical court system, has been underway for more than a decade

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For the first time ever, a woman has been appointed to serve as a judicial assistant in an Israeli rabbinic court. The post, to which attorney Shira Ben-Eli was appointed, is considered to be among the most...