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Israel offers religious courses to help Ethiopians integrate

Mikveh and ‘shechita’ courses attempts to assist Ethiopians feel part of Israel’s religious sector.

By ILANA STUTLAND
01/05/2019

The mikveh monologues

By ILANA STUTLAND
15/03/2019
Women of the ‘Mikva’

When women tell the truth about mikveh

"Mikva the Musical: Music and Monologues from the Deep" uses theater to open up a sometimes taboo topic.

Barry Freundel

Victims of videotaping-mikvah rabbi to receive $14.25 million settlement

“Combating sexual abuse is always on the forefront of everyone’s mind,” said the former president of Kesher's board of directors.

By BEN SALES/JTA
29/08/2018
Masks of Dionysus and Ariadne uncovered at the Castra site.

New archeological exhibition tells a story of an ancient city in Israel

A mikva was dating from the 1st century AD to the 7th century CE, indicating the existence of a Jewish settlement during the Roman period between the 1st-3rd centuries BCE.

Archaeologists may have found an ancient mikve near Marseille

The town, which is situated 90 miles northwest of Marseille, had a large Jewish population in the 13th century.

By JTA
25/11/2017
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Man drowns in Jerusalem mikva

The circumstances of the man's drowning are still unknown.

23/10/2017
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NGO sues Jerusalem Rabbinate over mikva immersion without attendant

The lawsuit filed on Wednesday argues that the demand for a woman seeking to immerse alone to sign a disclaimer form violates her privacy and dignity.

Rivkah Bloom

MIT grad brings mikve observance into the age of technology

Today, MikvahCalendar.com has 65,000 users.

By Rivkah Lambert Adler
22/06/2017
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Women harassed, sent to dirty mikvas for requesting to immerse alone

Religious Jewish women immerse themselves once a month following their menstrual cycle.

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