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Audio: Jew in the City: The Personal Life of a Religious Jewish Woman

How do religious jews date? Why do married jewish women cover their hair?
8/18/2009, 6:09 PM

A7 Radio's "The Tamar Yonah Show" with Tamar Yonah
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How Do Religious Jews Date? Why do married jewish women cover their hair? Is there a prohibition for women to wear pants? Why can't a married couple touch each other during certain times of the month? Ever wonder what it's like to live the life of a religious Jewish woman? And how does that work out living in a city that is one of the hippest cities in the world? Join Tamar as she interviews Allison Jospehs, from the website 'Jew In The City' as she talks about the life style of a Jewish woman and answers your questions about intimacy, modesty, holiness, and the inner goings-on of a Jewish woman.

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Tamar Yonah is the daughter of a Holocaust survivor.  Her father survived the Nazi brutalities and after liberation, made his way to the shores of the British Palestine Mandate, where again fighting for his survival, fought in Israel's war of Independence. This made a great impression on her life and she too has been fighting for Israel by serving in the Israeli army & air force, and afterwards by becoming an activist for Israel and the Jewish nation.  She has been a vocal beacon of light since beginning a prolific career in radio. She hosts The Tamar Yonah Show - Israel's most popular English language radio talk show.  She also writes a biting and sometimes humorous, award winning blog that discusses current events, religion and politics. www.israelnationalnews.com/Blogs/Blog.aspx/3#   You can email Tamar at:  Tamar@IsraelNationalRadio.com
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