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Saturday November 18, 2017

Ultra-Orthodox Jews to Rally in NY About the Internet…Again

Ultra-orthodox Jews in Brooklyn

Ultra-orthodox Jews in Brooklyn (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

On Sunday June 10 at 9:30am at Agudas Yisroel Bais Binyomin at 2913 Avenue L, the local ultra-Orthodox community in Flatbush section of Brooklyn will hold a second rally about the Internet.

Contrary to the massive anti-internet rally held recently at Citifield, this one will be conducted completely in English and include women. Rabbis will speak on the topic of “Practical Solutions to Internet Challenges” and attendees will receive a free “Technology Awareness Guide.” The event promises to feature advice from professionals and will be streamed live over the Internet and may potentially be less conservative in its stance about the Internet and its place in Orthodox Jewry.

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    Northwestern U Medical School
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