But wasn’t it hard for you? The cultural gaps? Most of DI’s employees are secular, how do you deal with that?
“Listen, I don’t think it’s a problem. In the job interview I was asked the same question and I replied that I was willing to work with whoever was willing to work with me..”.
And yet, are there any difficulties sometimes?
“It is very interesting, first – although I am a part of the Haredi community, my children are taught in Haredic schools and these are my principles, it is not the whole picture. For example, I am against Haredic legislation. I think that one should live and let live and believe that a lifestyle should be individual.
Furthermore, I am involved in the general community, I don’t mind that people live in a secular manner or have different habits. In DI I try not to get in anyone’s way, and I feel that the management makes every effort to provide me with what I need”.