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ISRAEL-ELECTION/ORTHODOX-WOMEN
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March 11, 2015 
Ruth Colian, head of B'Zchutan, Israel's first ultra-Orthodox Jewish women's party, speaks on the phone... 
ROSH HAAYIN, Israel 
Colian, head of B'Zchutan, Israel's first ultra-Orthodox Jewish women's party, speaks on the phone inside... 
Ruth Colian, head of B'Zchutan, Israel's first ultra-Orthodox Jewish women's party, speaks on the phone inside a recording studio where she recorded her party's jingle for the March 17 ballot, in Rosh Ha'ayin near Tel Aviv February 22, 2015. B'Zchutan, which means "thanks to them" in Hebrew, refers to Ultra-Orthodox Haredi women who have chosen to confront their religious community's traditional beliefs about women's role and place in the modern Israeli society. Picture taken February 22, 2015. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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