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Women's Bid For Office Fails In Ultra-Orthodox Israeli Town

A handful of ultra-Orthodox Jewish women ran for office Tuesday in a tiny, religious Israeli town. It was a challenge to traditional gender roles. One of their leaders said Wednesday that they failed to win a seat in the vote for the town council of El'ad. But she said the run was "amazing" and they wouldn't give up.

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