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The Rebbe’s views on women today
A personal account of the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s attitude towards feminism.
The Rebbe’s annual pre-Shavuos address to women
In this day and age, women and girls–even very little girls–study parts of the Torah which in the past they’d rely on their husbands or brothers to know.
The near-extinct Jewish community of Babylon (now Iraq) are ancient and central to Judaism. Learn about three learned and revered women who helped chart its history.
So old, yet so new
He was unapologetic about the woman’s unique role and campaigned for women to be true to their “womanhood,” as established by Torah.
When Mrs. Alice Zlotnick’s husband, Professor Dov Zlotnick, told the Rebbe about the success of his Talmud class in Riverdale, New York, he received an unexpected challenge, which he duly passed on to his wife.
Rabbi Yekusiel Farkash and his wife arrive for an audience with the Rebbe, but receive a private talk on the requirement for women to study chasidic teachings, with a special directive for Mrs. Farkash.
The Mayanot Institute of Jewish Studies celebrated its 11th year of instructing English-speaking students with the inauguration of a Jerusalem-based women’s program.
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