Shas rabbi: 'Discrimination exists in the haredi community'

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June 21, 2010 16:39

 
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Rabbi Yitzhak Peretz told Israel Radio Monday that, "Discrimination does exist in the haredi community."

One of the founders of Shas and the chief rabbi of Raanana, Peretz agreed that the divisions in the Beit Yaakov school in Emmanuel were wrong, but said the High Court had made a mistake when it sentenced the childrens' mothers to prison.

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