For weeks, Ariela Sternbach was an integral part of the "Taliban women", a Jewish group dominated by women that is considered radical even by the haredim.
She prayed with the, she heard their lessons, joined their events and walked aroung entirely covered in black cloth (the uniform that led to the "Taliban women" moniker).
Some of the meetings were recorded with a hidden camera.
This all ended abruptly when the women discovered that she was carrying a hidden camera, and she had to call the police in the middle of the night to extract her.
Ynet's interview with Sternbach is an inside look at a seldom-told story, and includes rare footage of the "Taliban women" praying.