By Joe Kolman
Some feel trapped in ultra-Orthodoxy. Why don’t we help when they try to leave?
Love or hate Julia Haart, the star of the Netflix reality show “My Unorthodox Life,” you have to admit that she has focused our attention on a very serious issue: you can’t leave the ultra-Orthodox world easily. Haart, relying on her secular education and business savvy, managed to propel her family into a Manhattan penthouse…
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