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Ultra-Orthodox Jews, term covers diverse range of countries and sects
Integrating haredim in the workforce is particularly critical given the rapid growth of the population, set to soar from 12% to 40% of Israel's population by 2030.
This data was calculated using the normally high fertility rates throughout the haredi population, costing the Israeli government around 8,000 NIS a month per each family.
ducation Minister and Bayit Yehudi leader Rabbi Rafi Peretz trounced gleefully upon a social-political land mine in affirming his belief in the highly controversial practice of gay conversion therapy
Yisrael Beytenu Twitter video shows a picture of Netanyahu: “Voting for him? You’ll get them,” bringing up pictures of the leaders of ultra-Orthodox and hard line national-religious parties.
By JEREMY SHARON
By MICAH LEVINSON
MK Elazar Stern: Why would the ultra-Orthodox volunteer for the IDF at 21 when they could go and study or go to work?
The demand, first published by the KAN public broadcaster, was roundly condemned by opposition politicians and civil society groups.
Israel’s ultra-Orthodox sector is less homogeneous than most assume.
By LEE CAHANER
Arab Israeli women joining the labor force in large numbers
By LINDA GRADSTEIN
This was not a “struggle for the character, identity and direction of the country,” as some over-enthusiastic Liberman-supporters blathered. It was not a “struggle over Israel’s fundamental values and a push-back against the haredization of Israel.”
By DAVID M. WEINBERG
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
The research was conducted via Internet surveys of 500 students already studying for their bachelor’s degrees between the end of 2017 and the beginning of 2018.
By MAAYAN JAFFE-HOFFMAN
The plan, which has been in the works for over two years, has been delayed so often that it is difficult to continue following the thread.
By HERB KEINON
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