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Religious or Feminist? You Can't Be Both

Anat Kamm
Anat Kamm
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Anat Kamm
Anat Kamm

A few days ago it was reported that the incoming government plans to legalize gender separation at public events. According to the daily Israel Hayom, the Religious Zionism and United Torah Judaism parties are demanding it be enshrined in law that separation between men and women at public events, in particular during studies, public services and cultural events for the religious and the Haredim, will not be considered discrimination.

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