Category Archives: Op-Eds

Feminism Has Gotten Me Confused

by Ronit Peskin A recent piece by Women of the Wall, ironically named “The High Road at the Western Wall” really pained me. Instead of “taking the high road”, what…

Op-Ed: Americanized Judaism Takes a Stab at Kotel Sanctity

by Aliza Bas Menachem Published on CrownHeights.info, July 12 Musician Moshe Yess was best known for his hit song My Zaidie. But Moshe has a treasure-chest full of songs. In…

Women of the Wall: Praying, or Disturbing Prayer?

by Rabbi Yaakov Menken Cross-Currents, July 6 It is a pleasure to note that two active members of the Women Of the Wall, Susan Silverman and Dahlia Lithwick, have attempted…

Outmaneuvered by Two Young Women

by Yonason Rosenblum Mishpacha, June 18 For well over a decade, I ran a media relations office in Jerusalem on behalf of Agudath Israel of America. I used to think…

Let the Spin Begin

By Leah Aharoni, co-founder of Women For the Wall. Shira Pruce, PR Director of Women of the Wall, has realized that Women FOR the Wall have changed the dialogue about…