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December 22, 2000
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In an apparent effort to shame a husband into changing his mind, a British rabbi publicly named a man who refused to grant his wife a religious divorce. In what is believed to be the first action of its kind in Britain, Rabbi Pini Dunner named the man in an ad in the London Jewish Chronicle.

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