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Pluralism and Tolerance in the New Year

Pluralism and Tolerance in the New Year

September 14th, 2010 During the holy Muslim month of Ramadan, 100 Jews and Arabs gathered at the home of Shatil Be’er Sheva co-director, Yarona Ben Shalom for a festive iftar, the banquet marking the end of a day of fasting. The air was charged with excitement and new experiences as activists from the unrecognized villages [&hellip

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Posted in: Dialogue, General, Religious Pluralism, Shared Society

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SHATIL capacity building enables Bat Kol to give voice to Orthodox lesbian women in Israel

SHATIL capacity building enables Bat Kol to give voice to Orthodox lesbian women in Israel

February 2nd 2010 Talya Lev grew up in the U.S. and Germany, made Aliyah to Israel at age 18, served in the Liaison office of IDF intelligence, and studied at Bar Ilan University. During her studies she became more exposed to the religious world and decided to adopt an Orthodox lifestyle. A few years later [&hellip

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Posted in: Religious Pluralism, Women as Agents for Change

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