A hard rain is going to fall

“It is not just a matter of putting some limit to what some haredim see as a loosening of the Shabbat status quo.”

February 11, 2016 21:14
3 minute read.
Laura Wharton

City councilwoman Laura Wharton of Meretz. (photo credit: FACEBOOK)


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