Israel’s First Woman UN Ambassador, Under Fire

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As Israel makes the case for its military actions in Gaza, international attention is focused on the United Nations, where a newcomer to the world of diplomacy has been thrust front and center.

Orthodox Women’s Ordination? Even Rabbis Are Split

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 “If a rabbi by definition is a teacher with knowledge, what moral justification is there to prevent women from being rabbis?” That question was posed, in writing, to a panel of five young Orthodox rabbis, graduates of Yeshivat Chovevei Torah (YCT), from an audience member on Sunday night at the rabbinical school’s annual dinner, held at the Ramaz Upper School.
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