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On Not Giving Your Kid an iPhone

Educator Rabbi Yakov Horowitz answers the question is there a "kosher" way to provide your children with technology? Video

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Old School
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Old School

Get a flip phone.

recording
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recording

does anyone know where i can get hold of a recording of his talk?wud love to listen to this!

Cool
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Cool

I think iphones ROCK!

good for him
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good for him

Thank goodness someone has the guts to speak out. My daughter does not have an iphone. Infact, there seems to be a craze in lubavitch schools thst is all about Apple products. They are constantly talking about these pieces of metal and how owning an iphone magically puts you in this ridiculous group of lemins. Honestly, we are really shocked by his having a piece of metal makes a person part of the in crowd in lubavitch. My kids dont have facebook either. Were not mad frumers, we are everyday jewish people but are shocked by the menrsluty of frum… Read more »

Go iPhone
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Go iPhone

I didnint Read it but don’t whant to cus Love I phones and don’t whant anyone brainwash me not to get it

great!
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great!

very informative!

very important dangers in iPhone
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very important dangers in iPhone

Thank you Rabbi Horowitz for saying the truth!

dont agree
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dont agree

every parent does what they can thats best for their child. if they feel their child is ready for an iphone, let them get one. it is not up to you to tell parents when/how they can get their child a phone.

PHONE
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PHONE

My parents got me a regular phone – only text and call. This way I can’t play games but still call them if they’re away, and text them in emergencys.

Listen to the message.
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Listen to the message.

Most anash these days have Internet in there home, yet when our kids grow up, we send our kids to yeshivos where Internet is forbidden. %80 of the bochurim yeshiva get access to the Internet either way. The message is unclear. Rosh yeshivos need to learn about technology, yeshivos should embrace computers and technology and should teach there students how to use it in a kosher way. – But rosh yeshivos and mashpim these days are living in a different world so this will never happen.

thank u
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thank u

thank you! i enjoyed listening, great advice.

to 5
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to 5

dont agree with u at all!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

to 3
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to 3

ME TO

Love my iPhone!
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Love my iPhone!

Soooo practical! 🙂

to #12
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to #12

everybody is obligated to their own opinions and IPHONES ROCK!!!!

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