Hineni Media Publishing division is not radical feminist blog , but we do support and encourage Women’s rights, women’s career and educational advacement . We live in a modern Jewish society and we try to live by the same Bible and Jewish principles that made Deborah and lately Golda Mier, great Bible and jewish women’s representatives.
Deborah was a Prophetess, Wife, Mother and Judge. According with the book of Judges chapter 4 & 5.
Deborah really was a shade-tree prophetess. She did not occupy an office in Jerusalem,48 but worked beneath the shade of a “Date Palm tree” nearly ten miles to the north, in the mountains of Ephraim, between Ramah and Bethel (verse 5). People came out to her at this palm tree, and she settled their disputes (or more literally “judged them”). This appears to be the same kind of “judging” we see Moses doing (Exodus 18:13-27), and later his 70 helpers (Numbers 11:16-30). Her judging, like that of Moses and his helpers, was enabled by the Ruach Hakodesh (Holy Spirit). It may be that the gift of prophecy she possessed first became evident in her judging. Who better to “judge” a matter than one who can “see” the situation exactly as it is? As the word got out that God’s will could be known through Deborah, many came to her for judgment. It would seem that she was but one of a very few judging prophets, and even more likely that she was the only person gifted and functioning in this way at this time.
Golda Meir Was Israel’s first and the world’s third woman to hold such an office (was elected Prime Minister of Israel on 17 March 1969).
If you don’t like Torah or Bible literacy on women’s profile and contributions since ancient Israel times up to this century , go and educate yourself reading the Scriptures and learn about Yeshua’s movement. He honored, blessed and call them to be the human G-d meant them to be.