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Naomi Ragen is an American-born novelist, playwright and journalist who has lived in Jerusalem since 1971 and who writes regularly in the Jerusalem Post and to her mailing list about Israel and Jewish issues. Naomi has published nine internationally best selling novels, and is the author of a hit play (Women's Minyan) which has been performed more than 500 times in Israel's National Theatre (Habimah) as well as in the United States and Argentina. She is a tireless advocate for women's rights in Israel, campaigning against gender segregation on Israeli buses and bias in rabbinical courts.
Naomi is a sought-after lecturer all over the world. If your group is interested in hosting Naomi, please click here.
The latest craze - modesty glasses for Orthodox Jewish men so they won't be able to see women.
I Am Not Sitting in the Back of the Bus - Why, together with other women, I filed suit to put an end to the primitive and degrading gender-segregated bus lines now popping up all over Israel.Read my original article about how I was attacked by a religious fanatic because I refused to move to the back (the "women's section") of a Jerusalem bus. Read about an American woman beaten because she refused to move to the back of a Jerusalem bus. Read my article explaining why segregated buses are just the latest crazy idea of fanatics with too much free time on their hands. Read about haredi women who want to sit with their families and don't want to be forced to crowd together in the back of the bus. Israel Bus Rule Sparks Religious Row - How the liberal western media perceive all this fanaticism.
December 2012 - Naomi's play Women's Minyan was performed by the West Boca Theatre Company at the Levis JCC in Boca Raton, Florida. Read some reviews.
18 November 2012 - Naomi participated in the Salon du livre de la Communauté de Neuilly-sur-Seine at the Hôtel Marriott in Neuilly-sur-Seine, France.
17 November 2012 - Naomi spoke at an evening organised for Emounah-Boulogne at the Synagogue de Boulogne in Boulogne, France.
11 November 2012 - Naomi participated in the Salon des Écrivains du B'nai B'rith at the Mairie du 16ème in Paris, France.
5 November 2012 - Naomi spoke at the Cockfosters and North Southgate Synagogue in London, England.
29 April 2012 - At the First Annual Jerusalem Post Conference at New York's Marriott Times Square Hotel, Naomi was a featured panelist along with Mr. Ron Prosor, Israel's Ambassador to the United Nations, Professor Alan M. Dershowitz, Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, and Mr. Malcolm Hoenlein, Executive Vice Chairman of the Conference of Presidents. The subject was the media war against the delegitimization of Israel.
15 March 2012 - Sotah was published in Italian as L'amora proibito. Read a review (in Italian).
March 2012 - Jephte's Daughter was published in an Italian paperback edition, as Una moglie a Gerusalemme.
October 2011 - The Ghost of Hannah Mendes was published in French as Le Fantôme de Dona Gracia Mendes. Read a review (in French).
October 2011 - The Tenth Song was published in paperback.
May 2011 - Four-time Tony nominee Tovah Feldshuh directed a staged reading of Women's Minyan at New York's Westside Theater. The reading was produced by One Circle Productions, in partnership with Safe Horizon. the reading. Watch an interview with Naomi and Tovah Feldshuh.
April 2011 - The Tenth Song was published in Hebrew, as השיר העשירי.
January 2011 - Israel Supreme Court declared gender segregation on buses illegal, but said women may continue to "voluntarily" move to the back of the bus.
January 2011 - Jephte's Daughter was published in Italian, as Una moglie a Gerusalemme.
October 2010 - The Tenth Song was published.
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