JERUSALEM — In a chic auditorium typically reserved for late-night
concerts, Israel’s next generation of high-tech entrepreneurs are
gathered. Though their vocation is modern, their appearance and
lifestyle are distinctly traditional and they are seated separately —
men to the left, woman to the right.
It’s a first for Israel, a high-tech conference designed specifically for haredim, or ultra-Orthodox Jews.
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