Einat Ramon

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Einat Ramon [r]: First Israeli-born woman rabbi, ordained at the Jewish Theological Seminary in the U.S., after returning to Israel in 1984, teaching at various Israeli academic institutions (including the Hebrew University, the Shalom Hartman Institute, Hebrew Union College and Kibbutzim College of Education), and supervising a Masorti (Conservative) congregation (Havurat Tel Aviv) in north Tel Aviv. In 1996-1997 (during the peak of the battle against the conversion bill) she was the spokesperson of the Masorti (Conservative) Movement in Israel. [e]

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