Orthodox, Female and Running Their Own Shuls – Just Don’t Call Them Rabbis

Judy Maltz
Judy Maltz
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Judy Maltz

For Orthodox Jewish feminists in Israel and abroad, the past few months have been something of a roller-coaster ride.

They cheered in April when Rabbanit Shira Marili Mirvis became the first Israeli woman to be appointed spiritual leader of an Orthodox congregation – for all intents and purposes, the senior rabbi at her shul.

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