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Victims of Rabbi Who Secretly Recorded Them in Mikveh Sue For $1 Million Each

Barry Freundel, who is currently serving a 6.5-year sentence, is being sued by nine women in a class-action lawsuit, along with the Rabbinical Council of America and Beit Din of America.

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Codes of Conduct

This week on Unorthodox: bagel etiquette, Bethany Mandel on her Convert Bill of Rights, and writer Rand Cooper’s ‘Jewdar’ query

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Barry Freundel Issues an Apology

The disgraced D.C. rabbi who filmed more than 150 women inside a mikveh is currently serving a 6.5-year prison sentence

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Kesher Israel Hires Interim Rabbi as Congregation Moves Forward From Freundel Scandal

Rabbi Avidan Milevsky will begin his duties on July 27

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Embracing Wisdom and Folly

Should we continue to revere the works of Jewish leaders who act wrongfully?

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How To Protect the Conversion Process

My friend was recorded in a mikveh by a rabbi. Let’s ensure the end of this abuse of power.

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Barry Freundel’s Meticulous Roguery

The mikveh-peeping rabbi, who pleaded guilty to voyeurism in February, will be sentenced tomorrow. What will it be?

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Rabbi Pleads Guilty to 52 Counts of Voyeurism

Freundel faces up to 52 years in jail for filming Washington, D.C. mikvah

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D.C. Rabbi Allegedly Filmed 152 Women in Mikvah

Prosecutors reveal extent of the voyeurism charges against Barry Freundel

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Rabbi Freundel Fired Over Voyeurism Charges

Prominent D.C. synagogue drops disgraced leader following October arrest

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Prominent D.C. Rabbi Arrested for Voyeurism

Suspected of installing video cameras in mikvah showers at Kesher Israel

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Politics on the Pulpit

As the presidential election nears, rabbis debate whether partisanship is part of their job description

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