In this Hebrew article from Maariv, Neshot Hare’alah (Women of the Veil), Sherry Makover-Balikov interviews Rabbanit Bruria Keren and some of her followers.
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Makover-Balikov attends the weekly talk of the Rabbanit, who heads a growing movement of women who wear capes and cover their faces with opaque veils.
I knocked on her door to attend her weekly talk. The living room was empty and on the side stood a big pile of clothes:
Ten thick skirts, seven long capes, six scarves tied in front of the head and three more in the back. And over all a shawl– several thin veils, falling from the top of her head to her ankles, fluttering over a face covered by a crocheted cloth veil. Inside this pile sat the Rabbanit, bent by her load of wrappings, reading chapters of prayers.
Stay tuned for English summaries of sections of this very long article.
Hat tip: My Right Word