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Zipporah

(zĭp`ərə), in the Bible, daughter of Jethro and wife of Moses.
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With the help of Yad Le'Achim I have learnt to recognize my Judaism afresh and have returned to my people and to my family," said Tziporah, adding that "I want to thank Yad Le'Achim for all the support and help along the way and for mediating between me and my beloved family so that they would receive me back again.
The Torah portion tells the story of Moses, who had fled Egypt for the first time and traveled to Midian, where he married Tziporah, the daughter of Jethro, and had two children.
Tziporah Rosenberg, PhD, LMFT, and Jenny Speice, PhD, LMFT
Tziporah Rosenberg, PhD, LMFT, Department of Psychiatry and Department of Family Medicine, Institute for the Family, University of Rochester School of Medicine; Jenny Speice, PhD, LMFT, Department of Psychiatry, Institute for the Family, University of Rochester School of Medicine.
Tziporah Rosenberg, PhD, Departments of Psychiatry and Family Medicine, University of Rochester School of Medicine & Dentistry; Cleveland Shields, PhD, Department of Child Development and Family Studies, Purdue University.
Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to Tziporah Rosenberg, PhD, Department of Family Medicine, 777 South Clinton Avenue, Rochester, NY 14620.
Tziporah Rosenberg, PhD, LMFT, and Barbara Gawinski, PhD, LMFT, Departments of Family Medicine and Psychiatry, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry; Elizabeth Brown, MD, MPH, Department of Family Medicine, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry.
Gorman Conflicts of Interest in the Evaluation and Dissemination of Drug Use Prevention Programs 10 Tziporah Kasachkoff Drug Addiction and Responsibility for the Health Care of Drug Addicts Research Issues 11 Kenneth D.
Tziporah Kasachkoff, "Killing in Self-Defense: An Unquestionable or Problematic Defense?" Law and Philosophy 17 (1998): 515.