An Ultra-Orthodox Point of View

Writing Ultra-Orthodox Jews Draw the Line in Tikkun Daily, Ronnie Barkan and Joshua Tartakovsky present a truly Jewish perspective: https://www.tikkun.org/tikkundaily/2014/04/04/ultra-orthodox-jews-draw-the-line/

Barkan is a longtime Jewish Israeli activist and math teacher who was raised in Raanana, near Tel Aviv, is a co-founder of Boycott from Within. He tweets at https://twitter.com/ronnie_barkan.

Joshua Tartakovsky is an Israeli-American independent journalist. He blogs at http://joshuatartakovsky.com/blog/#.XwKG95NKhDM.

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