Chaim E. Werdyger
By Chaim E. Werdyger
A Charedi Jew Explains: Why Do The Ultra-Orthodox Protest Women of the Wall?
Jewish law states that a court may not hear one side of an argument without the other party being present. If anyone should want to judge anything, they must listen to both sides of the argument, and only then can they find the truth. Many have written that the Charedi community ought to be ashamed…
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Tue., Feb. 27, 2024 • 1 P.M. ET
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