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Jewish Secular-Believer Women in Israel

A Complex and Ambivalent Identity

Hagar Lahav

bicycles and even eat, although it is strictly forbidden according to Halakhah. As with holidays, women secular-believers clearly feel connected to certain Jewish customs and rites of passage (e.g., circumcisions, bar mitzvah, weddings, and mourning customs

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Westernization and Israelization within Israel’s Extreme Orthodox Haredi Society

Menachem Keren-Kratz

twentieth century, rabbis have deliberated over a series of Halakhic questions regarding the use of electricity, the telephone, and means of modern transportation, including trains, airplanes, and even bicycles ( Ben-Ya’acov 2010 ; Broyde and Jachter 1991

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Explaining sustainable regional integration to my parents

Zenyram Koff Maganda

sustainability. New transport policies in many European cities have both adopted environmentally friendly buses and trams and built bicycle lanes on most major urban roads. For example, Luxembourg has established the vel'OH program where riders can rent bicycles

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Staying out of Place

The Being and Becoming of Burundian Refugees in the Camp and the City

Simon Turner

alone: entering the camp is like entering a Tanzanian city with restaurants, bars, hairdressers, and bicycle taxis creating lived space. Going to school and doing military training is also on one level a way of creating lived space. However, there are