J'lem: Adina Bar Shalom encourages social justice movement

By MELANIE LIDMAN, JPOST.COM STAFF
August 17, 2011 14:50

 
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Adina Bar Shalom reaffirmed her support for the social justice movement at Jerusalem's tent city on Wednesday.

"We won't see real changes for 3-4 years, but we have to start sometime," said the daughter of Shas leader Rabbi Ovadia Yosef and founder of the Haredi College in Jerusalem.

Bar Shalom's support is significant for the social justice movement because her followers include Shas party members, ultra Orthodox Jews, and men and women from all spectra of society.

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