From the yeshiva to high-tech glory: Ex-Haredi Jews tell the tale
A Haaretz correspondent and two friends have become business successes despite their youths where such mundane matters were frowned on.
A little treasure was stashed under my pillow at the high school yeshiva I attended: a small transistor radio. Such a gadget was long a commonplace by the 1990s, but for me it was solid grounds for expulsion.
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