‘Haredi Women Will Slowly Gain Political Power’: An Interview with Estee Rieder-Indursky
Estee Rieder-Indursky is fighting for women’s rights in Haredi community.
‘Haredim Cannot Be Isolated Anymore’: An Interview with Menachem Bombach
Rabbi Menachem Bombach is the founder and head of the “Netzach” Haredi educational network, which combines religious and secular studies and aims to educate students to become observant Haredim who are also prepared for practical living.
Are We All Hasidim?
In a world in which any Jew is a potential target of anti-Semitism, it is the most visible Jews who are most threatened. Jews with black hats, with tight curls hanging down below their ears and black coats and women wearing modest head coverings, they are the most vulnerable. Jews in synagogues. In Brooklyn, as in Jersey City and Monsey, violence against individuals in their Hasidic communities is almost an everyday event. If someone wants to do harm to a Jew, Hasidic Jews and their communities are and have become easy targets.