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May 2, 2016 / 24 Nisan, 5776
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Christine Quinn Attends Kabbalat Shabbat Service

According to the WSJ’s Michael Howard Saul, Ms. Quinn sat in the women’s section.
Christine Quinn with Rabbi Yaakov Spiegel (to her left) and former City Council Member Alan Gerson (image not related to the Ohev Tzedek event).

Christine Quinn with Rabbi Yaakov Spiegel (to her left) and former City Council Member Alan Gerson (image not related to the Ohev Tzedek event).

In yet another indication Christine Quinn is targeting the Orthodox Jewish vote, Attorney General Eric Schneiderman accompanied Christine Quinn, Friday night, to an Orthodox Shul on the Upper West Side – Ohev Tzedek. According to the WSJ’s Michael Howard Saul, Ms. Quinn sat in the women’s section of the synagogue – called the Ezrat Nashim.

(h/t Robert Adler)

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2 Responses to “Christine Quinn Attends Kabbalat Shabbat Service”

  1. Robert Adler says:

    mention the rest of my points!

  2. Ahron Ebert says:

    Michael Howard Saul there is only one Orthodox Temple and that was the one in Jerusalem. Orthodox houses of worship are called shuls or synogous not temples.

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