By Nofrat Frenkel
The ‘Crime’ of Praying with a Tallit, and a Plea for Tolerance
Every morning, since I was 15, I have worn a tallit for prayer in my home. During my army service, I was forced to swallow many negative comments by other soldiers who prayed in the army synagogues, some of which did not even have a women’s gallery, because female soldiers never set foot in them….
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