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July 23, 2018 9:39 pm at 9:39 pm in reply to: Don’t move to Lakewood before having a school 4 the kids #1563467
many families who moved, the parents hired a rebbi and teaching the children from the block in a shul, it used to be like that in der heim, if everyone will do that, it will pressure the schools to cave in and accept all kids equal.
“A woman’s place is not in the public arena. This principle is enumerated throughout the Torah, Chazal and Halacha – including Shulchan Aruch and Rambam.”
in der heim they held so, the girls didnt even go to schools, when Sarah Shnirrer started schools for girls, most rabbonim were against it, they held that girls should stay home, but as time went on, everyone realized that she was right, woman should be part of society and go to school, same is with women going to work outside of the home, the secular world thinks that orthodox woman don’t work and stay home.
well today most rabbonim hold that women should go out in the world to work and get educated either with college or hi position jobs, charedi women becoming judges or other top hi positions in government will soon be the new norms.
@CTLAWYER there is not a lack of Orthodox Jewish female judges as you claim,
according to a “report” on YeshivaWorld there is a frum woman judge in MD
and another frum woman might become elected.
quote: Dalya Attar could become the second Orthodox Jewish female elected to office in Baltimore, joining Chaya “Karen” Friedman, a Baltimore City Circuit Court judge who is married to askan Tzvi Howard Friedman.
@Joseph over 12 leading rabbonim signed a kol kora in support of judge freier when she ran for office, she clearly has daas torah, here is a copy of that letter.