Rabbi Elianna Yolkut (Haaretz)
By Rabbi Elianna Yolkut (Haaretz)
It’s OK Not to Forgive Rabbi Barry Freundel
My Washington D.C. community has been engaged in impassioned debates over how severe a punishment Rabbi Barry Freundel deserves for spying on women in the mikveh (Jewish ritual bath), since prosecutors recommended he be sent to prison for 17 years for 52 counts of misdemeanor voyeurism. “Murderers and rapist don’t even get that much time,”…
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