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The modern city of Jerusalem has been described many ways — divided, religious, tense and inspiring — but romantic isn’t one typically one of them.
Bitya Rozen-Goldberg had no idea she wanted to be a rabbi when she immigrated to Israel from France 11 years ago. In the years since settling in Jerusalem, the 33-year-old tour guide studied Talmud in numerous female settings.
JERUSALEM — The parents of Shira Banki, the 16-year-old girl who was killed in an attack on participants in last year’s Jerusalem gay pride march, have called on the public to participate in this year’s march.
Israel’s newest Knesset member, Yehuda Glick, is on a mission to bring Jews to pray on the Temple Mount. But he hasn’t won over one person — his own mother.
The deadline for resolving the crisis over the new egalitarian prayer space at the Western Wall in Jerusalem has been extended indefinitely, after an aide to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu failed to draft a solution acceptable to the opposing sides within the 60 days he was allotted.