November 30, 2011 | 9:52 am
Posted by Rabbi Barry Gelman
Recently a Kol-Isha controversy has arisen in Israel. In another instance Rav Levanon compared the requirement that male soldiers sit in a program when women are sining to a “time of persecution” that requires one to give up their life in accordance with the ruling or the Rambam.
Rav Moshe Liechtenstein responded here.
In order to have informed conversation on this issue I am posting a series of links to articles that offer various approaches to the issue of Kol Isha.
Rav David Bigman - Rosh Yeshiva, Yeshiva Maale Gilboa. A New Analysis of Kil B’Isha Erva.
Michael Makovi - A New Hearing for Kol Ishah
Rabbi Saul Berman - Kol Isha Revisited
Rabbi Yehuda Herzl Henkin - A critique of Rabbi Berman’s article
Avraham Shammah - Kol Isha with a current perspective
Rabbi Chaim Jachter - The Parameters of Kol Isha
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