Judaism on Prostitution
Condemnation of harlotry existed throughout Jewish history, though there is evidence that the practice was known in every time period.
The Rabbi of Moscow, Jacob Mazeh (1857-1924), relates in his autobiography that he refused to allow a costly curtain, donated by a notorious prostitute, to be placed in front of the Ark in the synagogue.
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