In a Thursday, June 14, 2012 photo Israeli rabbi Maya Lebovich, holds a prayer shawl during a prayer in a reformist Jewish synagogue, in Mevaseret Zion near Jerusalem. Israel's attorney general recently announced that a group of 15 non-Orthodox rabbis who answer a certain criteria will begin to receive government funding like some 2,000 of their Orthodox and ultra-Orthodox brethren.(AP Photo/Sebastian Scheiner)

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In a Thursday, June 14, 2012 photo Israeli rabbi Maya Lebovich, holds a prayer shawl during a prayer in a reformist Jewish synagogue, in Mevaseret Zion near Jerusalem.   Israel's attorney general recently announced that a group of 15 non-Orthodox rabbis who answer a certain criteria will begin to receive government funding like some 2,000 of their Orthodox and ultra-Orthodox brethren.(AP Photo/Sebastian Scheiner)
In a Thursday, June 14, 2012 photo Israeli rabbi Maya Lebovich, holds a prayer shawl during a prayer in a reformist Jewish synagogue, in Mevaseret Zion near Jerusalem. Israel's attorney general recently announced that a group of 15 non-Orthodox rabbis who answer a certain criteria will begin to receive government funding like some 2,000 of their Orthodox and ultra-Orthodox brethren.(AP Photo/Sebastian Scheiner)
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