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Rabbi Benjamin Hecht
Nishma Commentary
...She supports the value of freedom of religion. She also supports the value of equality for women. The Orthodox synagogue by discriminating between men and women challenges this latter value. She is not sure what to do. In accepting the value of freedom of religion, she feels duty-bound to allow this synagogue to worship as it wishes. In accepting the value of equality for women, she feels duty-bound to initiate some legal proceedings against this synagogue to force it to grant women full equality in the service. What is she to do?...

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