they had women in a separate area from the two stadiums filled with just men (60,000 MEN)
they claim these orthodox ones are the smallest in number
21 May 2012
Last updated at 21:13
When New York City's web-phobic ultra-orthodox Jews
wanted to discuss how to face the challenge posed to their community by
the growth of the internet, they could hardly set up a Google Hangout or
host a webinar.
With tens of thousands keen to take part, the community
needed a big venue. On Sunday 40,000 men filled Citi Field, home to the
New York Mets baseball team, to chart a way forward.
Amid concern over the dangers the internet poses to
traditional morality, organisers said the discussion focused on how to
protect children from pornography and violent sites. The proliferation
of social me
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