Holy Moses

Heidi Moses, UTJ MK Menahem Eliezer Moses’s gay daughter, is running in the next Knesset race for Likud. In a conversation with the ‘Magazine’ she tells of her extraordinary journey.

April 13, 2017 13:14
Heidi Moses

Heidi Moses . (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM)


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At age eight, Heidi Moses already knew she was a rebel, but little did she know what the future had in store for her.

The eighth of 10 children from a venerated Vishnitz hassidic family, Moses grew up in an insular environment in Jerusalem’s haredi (ultra- Orthodox) Mea She’arim and Geula neighborhoods, completely unaware of the secular world of downtown Jerusalem just a few blocks away.


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