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Friday October 31, 2014 10:57 AM The Associated Press (c) 2014, The Washington Post. WASHINGTON The voyeurism case against Rabbi Barry Freundel prompted calls for reform in his Modern Orthodox community this week, with a key rabbinical group creating a committee to improve the conversion process and other leaders calling for women to have a more prominent role in the use of the mikvah, or ritual bath.

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The voyeurism case against Rabbi Barry Freundel prompted calls for reform in his Modern Orthodox community this week, with a key rabbinical group creating a committee to improve the conversion process and other leaders calling for women to have a more prominent role in the use of the mikvah, or ritual bath. Freundel, the longtime rabbi of the Georgetown synagogue Kesher Israel, was arrested and charged with six counts of voyeurism this month after allegedly planting video cameras in the mikvah he oversaw.

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Rabbis arrest in voyeurism case spurs calls to reform Modern Orthodox conversions

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The voyeurism case against Rabbi Barry Freundel prompted calls for reform in his Modern Orthodox community this week, with a key rabbinical group creating a committee to improve the conversion process and other leaders calling for women to have a more prominent role in the use of the mikvah, or ritual bath. Freundel, the longtime rabbi of the Georgetown synagogue Kesher Israel, was arrested and charged with six counts of voyeurism this month after allegedly planting video cameras in the mikvah he oversaw. The case intensified debates within Modern Orthodoxy the more liberal part of Orthodox Judaism over the place of women in the spiritual and legal leadership

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Adult Ed With Rabbi Tully Harcsztark Topic: Judaism and Social Justice Part 2/4 Topic: Judaism and Social Justice Source Notes: http://bit.ly/1q50yPZ How Jewish a value is social justice? There is more to it than you might think

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