Israel's ultra-Orthodox Jews take to internet in coronavirus lockdown

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Israel's ultra-Orthodox Jews take to internet in coronavirus lockdown

Surge in online studying, shopping and video chats.

Israel's religiously devout Jews, who traditionally shun the use of internet or smartphones, are increasingly going online to shop, study and video chat as the coronavirus outbreak forces them to stay largely home. Ultra-Orthodox rabbis restrict internet use among their followers to avoid ...

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