“The service had the air of a protest,” Miriam Cantor-Stone, an intern at Lilith Magazine, told me after the gathering wrapped up.
Whilst David Cameron is winning in the polls, Miriam is winning the battle of the WAGS without even trying.
Miriam recalls her last conversation with her brother being about him trying to help members of his group escape the crackdown.
“Miriam just carried on doing her job,” said an admiring Harris.
Miriam Datskovsky is an associate editor at The Daily Beast.
He was on the other side of Miriam, and his unsavoury presence was nearer to her than I cared for.
It had happened the very morning Miriam received her message.
But Miriam was silent, and refused to lift her face from the pattern of the plate over which she bent low.
Aunt Miriam and Simon were sympathetic, but could offer no advice.
So they let them examine to their hearts' content; and Miriam says the sympathy of all was extraordinary.
their rebellion. (1.) The sister of Moses and Aaron (Ex. 2:4-10; 1 Chr. 6:3). Her name is prominent in the history of the Exodus. She is called "the prophetess" (Ex. 15:20). She took the lead in the song of triumph after the passage of the Red Sea. She died at Kadesh during the second encampment at that place, toward the close of the wanderings in the wilderness, and was buried there (Num. 20:1). (See AARON ØT0000002; MOSES.) (2.) 1 Chr. 4:17, one of the descendants of Judah.