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Jerusalem judge rules El Al can not ask women to move seats for haredi man

Jerusalem judge rules El Al can not ask women to move seats for haredi man

The judge awarded Renee Rabinowitz, 83, about $1,800 in compensation and ordered the airline to declare that it is forbidden for a crew member to ask a passenger to change seats at the request of another passenger based on gender.

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