The controversial sentiments about women in the army as expressed by some leading national-religious rabbis recently might indicate a new culture war.
The State of Israel has had a sensitivity to women’s rights and to women’s contributions since its founding. Historically, and today, women have occupied the highest echelons of Israel’s government.
There are many countries and movements throughout the world that treat women as second-class citizens. Israel is not among them.
You know, continents where women are still yammering about glass ceilings at corporations and harassment by drunken boys on campus trying to cop a feel.
Named for Israel’s sixth president, the Chaim Herzog Prize was established by his family following his death in 1997, in order to perpetuate his memory and his legacy.
Over the years, I have found many parallels between feminism and Zionism. Both movements are daughters of the Enlightenment.
"D.) this is true only for women."