Anat Hoffman (Hebrew: ענת הופמן‎; born 1954) is an Israeli activist and serves as Executive Director of the Israel Religious Action Center, also known as IRAC, and is the director and a founding member of Neshot HaKotel, also known as Women of the Wall. She is a former member of the Jerusalem City Council. In 2013, the Israeli newspaper, Haaretz, named her "Person of the Year," noting the award reflected "the prominence that she has achieved across the Jewish world over the past 12 months, " and the Jerusalem Post listed her fifth among its list of 50 Most Influential Jews for forcefully and successfully bringing the issue of women's rights at the Kotel to the "forefront of the consciousness of world Jewry."

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  • Anat Hoffman (Hebrew: ענת הופמן; born 1954) is an Israeli activist and serves as Executive Director of the Israel Religious Action Center, also known as IRAC, and is the director and a founding member of Neshot HaKotel, also known as Women of the Wall. She is a former member of the Jerusalem City Council. In 2013, the Israeli newspaper, Haaretz, named her "Person of the Year," noting the award reflected "the prominence that she has achieved across the Jewish world over the past 12 months, " and the Jerusalem Post listed her fifth among its list of 50 Most Influential Jews for forcefully and successfully bringing the issue of women's rights at the Kotel to the "forefront of the consciousness of world Jewry." (en)
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  • Anat Hoffman (Hebrew: ענת הופמן‎; born 1954) is an Israeli activist and serves as Executive Director of the Israel Religious Action Center, also known as IRAC, and is the director and a founding member of Neshot HaKotel, also known as Women of the Wall. She is a former member of the Jerusalem City Council. In 2013, the Israeli newspaper, Haaretz, named her "Person of the Year," noting the award reflected "the prominence that she has achieved across the Jewish world over the past 12 months, " and the Jerusalem Post listed her fifth among its list of 50 Most Influential Jews for forcefully and successfully bringing the issue of women's rights at the Kotel to the "forefront of the consciousness of world Jewry." (en)
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