Dr. Aliza Lavie is a coalition Memeber of Parliament (MP) for the Yesh Atid party in the 19th Knesset. Lavie is a senior lecturer in communications at Bar Ilan University. Her research focuses on communications, multi-culturalism, and the world of feminine Jewish knowledge and wisdom. Lavie is a scholar and writer, publicist, and social activist. Her best-selling work "A Jewish Woman's Prayer Book" won a National Jewish Book Award and has aroused widespread interest among academic and lay audiences.  Aliza's Biography



On the eve of Yom Kippur, Aliza Lavie read an interview with an Israeli woman who had lost both her mother and her baby daughter in a terrorist attack. As Lavie stood in the synagogue later, she searched for comfort for the bereaved woman, for a reminder that she is a part of a great tradition of Jewish women. A Jewish Woman's Prayer Book, - winner of the 2008 NATIONAL JEWISH BOOK AWARD, is the result.

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Aliza Lavie's Award Speech | Some answers to questions


A Jewish Woman's Prayer Book
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Aliza Lavie - Yesh Atid
Dr. Aliza Lavie
, 49, a senior lecturer at Bar-Ilan University and a well-known author and television personality has now been elected to the 19th Knesset as part of the Yesh Atid party led by Yair Lapid. Lavie, who is Orthodox, lives in Netanya, has four children and a granddaughter. More


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  Aliza Lavie lectures at Beit Hatfutsot, about her book: Women's Customs - A Feminine Mosaic of Customs and Stories

Aliza Lavie's interview on the "Cafe Hafuch" show With
                            Imanuel Halperin.


New by Aliza Lavie
Author of the best-selling A Jewish Womans Prayer Book
Womens Customs A Feminine Mosaic of Customs and Stories
Tel Aviv: Yedioth Ahronoth

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Judaism, the women's version By Tamar Rotem, Haaretz



This is my prayer - Vaani Tefillati Conference


by Aliza Lavie, author of the best-selling A Jewish Womans Prayer Book
(Re-published in Hebrew and To be published in English) Yediot Aharonoth
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Aliza Lavie's review at
The Leon Charney Report


"a comprehensive mass collection of prayers dealing with the womans life cycle, both classical and innovative, Ashkenaz and Sephardi, each speaking to, for, and at the needs of Jewish women."
Alan Jay Gerber, The Jewish Star  Read Full Review



Watch Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau lectures about A Jewish Woman's Prayer Book and Aliza's contribution.
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Author Aliza Lavie explains how she
  came to compile a book of prayers of
  special meaning to Jewish women,
  and how young Israelis "pray" today.
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