It’s Just Not True That Hasidic Women Choose Not to Drive

After efforts to justify Belz ban on London mothers driving kids to school, the author of a memoir about leaving Hasidic world questions ‘damning and pernicious lie’ that Hasidim accept restrictions of their own free will.

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Sixteen years ago, as a 24-year-old Hasidic man, I brought home my first car for an inaugural family drive. My then-wife Gitty, a pious Hasidic woman, went straight to the back seat.