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December 11, 2014 12:15
Three Ladies, Three Lattes Book

Left to right: Danit Shemesh, Tzippi Shaked and Pamela Peled. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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With so many percolating complexities in Israel, three women got together over strong cups of coffee to try to reach out and understand “the other.” Pam Peled is secular, Tzippi Shaked modern Orthodox and Danit Shemesh haredi, and the result was the book Three Ladies, Three Lattes – a caffeinated look at compelling issues. Now, the authors have opened their discussion to the public.

All questions and comments welcome.

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