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Dirshuni: A Taste of Israeli Women’s Midrash (Rabbi Avi Killip)

Tuesday, January 11 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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Dirshuni: A Taste of Israeli Women's Midrash Rabbi Avi Killip Tamar Biala, editor of the modern midrashic work, Dirshuni, has written breathtakingly beautiful midrashim that function as commentaries on the Torah, Israeli society, feminism, and so much more. This series will explore three of her midrashim. You can join for any or all. No Hebrew background is needed. We will be studying in English translation. LINK   Session 1: The Kiss of Death: Reflection on Miriam  This session will explore…

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Dirshuni: A Taste of Israeli Women’s Midrash (Rabbi Avi Killip)

Tuesday, January 18 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 12:30 pm on Tuesday, repeating until Tuesday, January 25, 2022

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Dirshuni: A Taste of Israeli Women's Midrash Rabbi Avi Killip Tamar Biala, editor of the modern midrashic work, Dirshuni, has written breathtakingly beautiful midrashim that function as commentaries on the Torah, Israeli society, feminism, and so much more. This series will explore three of her midrashim. You can join for any or all. No Hebrew background is needed. We will be studying in English translation. LINK   Session 1: The Kiss of Death: Reflection on Miriam  This session will explore…

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Dirshuni: A Taste of Israeli Women’s Midrash (Rabbi Avi Killip)

Tuesday, January 25 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 12:30 pm on Tuesday, repeating until Tuesday, January 25, 2022

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Dirshuni: A Taste of Israeli Women's Midrash Rabbi Avi Killip Tamar Biala, editor of the modern midrashic work, Dirshuni, has written breathtakingly beautiful midrashim that function as commentaries on the Torah, Israeli society, feminism, and so much more. This series will explore three of her midrashim. You can join for any or all. No Hebrew background is needed. We will be studying in English translation. LINK   Session 1: The Kiss of Death: Reflection on Miriam  This session will explore…

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