Kosher Smartphone

Telecom company offers haredi clients kosher cellular phone with Hasidic folk music ringtones, menu in traditional German-derived language

An Israeli telecom company is offering ultra-Orthodox Jewish clients a kosher smartphone with Hasidic folk music ringtones and a menu in Yiddish, Yedioth Ahronoth reported Wednesday.

While other firms have tapped into the religious market by offering phones free of Internet access, with no email or access to Facebook which could lead users into temptation, none has so far offered its services in Yiddish. Read more

Categories: Israel

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  1. … in the Yiddish language, which is close to German, showing from where a large part of Israel comes from. Also interesting to read in this connection would be the book ‘The thirteenth tribe’ (you may ‘google it’), which shows that the European Jews actually (of course) never came from Israel in the first place.

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