For ultra-Orthodox Women in Israel, Losing Their Religion Can Mean Losing Their Children

After the suicide of one lapsed Haredi woman, another formerly ultra-Orthodox mother tells of being cut off from her six children and attempting to kill herself.

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Rivka says she gave up a lot more than she bargained for when she swapped her heavily cloistered ultra-Orthodox lifestyle for a non-believing life in an Israeli coastal metropolis a few years ago.