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With long-term yeshiva and kollel learning now well-established across the world, a brief conversation in Tel Aviv highlighted a universal chinuch dilemma A pre-corona encounter with a proud Gerrer chassid at a Tel Aviv tech conference left me thinking about role models. It was one of the most unusual scenes imaginable. Picture Cybertech, an
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While most of us would settle for a cooling in the militancy of secularism, could the corona emergency inspire a full-fledged religious revival?