In Israel, gender segregation is becoming more common

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Leaders from Israel's ultra-Orthodox Jewish community have insisted that men and women must be separated from one another, even in some public spaces. Even some secular Israelis say that has an upside, because it will help integrate ultra-Orthodox Jews into mainstream society. But others say it's a slippery slope that will lead to increasingly harsh rules that ultimately amount to discrimination against women. From Tel Aviv, Yoshi Fields reports.  

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