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Female haredi cinema's growth explored in new book

Leafing through the book, one gets the distinct impression that there is a lot more to the Israeli haredi community than one gets from the aforementioned means of disseminating information.

06/01/2022

United Torah Judaism MK: Women serving in the IDF is not 'human nature'

The issue of women serving in the IDF has been a long contested subject for the ultra-Orthodox parties in the Knesset.

New York City Council hopeful erased from ultra-Orthodox news publications

Amber Adler is the second-ever haredi woman to run for city council in the district of Brooklyn. She has recently run into challenges, however, as religious publications refuse to publish her ads.

Hasbara: Why erasing women is harmful

Why remove images of women from frum publications?

By SHOSHANNA KEATS-JASKOLL
15/04/2021
Young ultra-orthodox women ride through Hayarkon Park in Tel Aviv.

How haredi women can help the Israeli health system

Among the graduates of the haredi educational system lays a huge group of untapped excellent human resource potential.

By ELI PALEY
23/09/2020

Haredim only make half the salary of others in hi-tech industry

The average salary of a haredi tech employee is NIS 10,830 a month, compared to an average monthly wage of NIS 22,479 among non-haredi tech workers.

28/08/2020
Winning team of JCT Women's Hackathon 2020

JCT's 44-hour Women's Hackathon produces innovative coronavirus solutions

Participants, who worked together virtually, were sent decorated boxes with t-shirts, coffee mugs, water bottles and so on so as to keep them in the hackathon mindset, despite working from afar.

Haredi women around the world on the frontlines of coronavirus fight

'I have volunteered several times at the 'Drive Thru' testing complex in Bnei Brak, and it was a privilege for me to take part in the national struggle against the spread of the virus'

10/05/2020
Orthodox Jews of the Satmar Hasidim in the village of Kiryas Joel, New York

Ex-haredi girl who received unnecessary psychiatric pills commits suicide

Chaya Weller, a former member of the extremist Satmar hasidic sect, who exposed her experience of being drugged by her parents, ended her life at the age of 22 years old.

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