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Gift of Joseph Eden, Museum of Jewish Heritage, New York) Figure 200: Women’s prayer group, New York City, undated. (Barbara Pfeﬀer Collection, Museum of Jewish Heritage, New York) Figure 201: Women celebrate their bat mitzvah as adults at Stephen Wise Free Synagogue, New York City, June 7, 1996. (© Peter Goldberg) Figure 202: Tambourine for feminist Passover seders. United States, 1999. (Gift of Ma’yan, The Jewish Women’s Project of the Jewish Community Center on the Upper West Side, New York, Museum of Jewish Heritage, New York) Figure 203: Cotton and wool needlepoint skullcap (kippah) made by rabbinical student at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America.
In the same vein Rabbi Ariel summarizes:36 Most of the early sages think that the fetus is not a man (adam—there is no Hebrew parallel to person). And for those who think it is, this is not a matter of rational inquiry (sevara) but [they hold it to be] the decree of the Torah ( gzerath hakatov). I contend that in Halakhah the problem of abortion is not a question of the metaphysical standing of the fetus but of its relationship with other living persons (including, according to Israeli, his own future person), and most signiﬁcantly with its own mother.
Gift of Carol Biermann, Museum of Jewish Heritage, New York) Figure 61: Mezuzah hidden in Buchenwald concentration camp and the Terezin ghetto, 1944 to 1945. (Gift of Dr. Ervin Varga, Museum of Jewish Heritage, New York) Figure 62: Spice box, Bamberg Displaced Persons camp, Germany, c. 1945–1946. (Gift of Salamon and Jolan Katz, Museum of Jewish Heritage, New York) Figure 63: Scroll of Esther read on Purim by Rabbi Leo Baeck in the Terezin ghetto, Czechoslovakia. (Collection of Rabbi David Lipman) Figure 64: Sewing box and card made as a Jewish New Year gift, Terezin ghetto, Czechoslovakia, c.