haredim

Border Police go about coronavirus inspections in Mea Shearim, a haredi neighborhood in Jerusalem.
Netanyahu, crack down on Arab, haredi coronavirus violations

The whole country does not need to be under a nighttime curfew, as most Israelis adhere to the restrictions and regulations about holding large gatherings, wearing masks and personal responsibility.

Ehud Olmert to 'Post': Let local municipalities take care of their own

Jerusalem is a sharp and accurate reflection of the problems the State of Israel needs to deal with, especially at this time.

05/11/2020
What's to be done on Haredi civil disobedience?

How do you ladies suggest the government should deal with haredi civil disobedience?

By THREE LADIES , THREE LATTES
06/11/2020
Haredim joining the Zionist movement is good for Jews – opinion

These are not people who are merely using the system to gain funding for haredi causes. They clearly love Israel and are committed to its success.

29/10/2020
The Congregation Yetev Lev D'Satmar synagogue on October 19, 2020 in Williamsburg. A wedding planned
We must apply the same COVID-19 standards for all — Jews must choose life

The Torah and the Talmud are filled with rules placing the value of life over nearly every Jewish value, including prayer and communal gatherings such as weddings and funerals.

By ALAN DERSHOWITZ/JTA
23/10/2020
Israeli journalists attacked while covering COVID-19 haredi communities

Members of Israel’s haredi Orthodox minority increasingly blame the media for their ills, including stringent lockdown conditions.

By SAM SOKOL/JTA
23/10/2020
Haredi men and their children protest government restrictions barring them from reaching Mount Meron
The Covid-19 Fertility Crisis: A Short Story

A peek into a possible future blighted by the coronavirus

25/10/2020
Who are the true Zionists in Diaspora Jewry? – opinion

Liberal Judaism in America is fading altogether, and that the values that they have espoused are not penetrating the average American Jew.

By RABBI PESACH LERNER
22/10/2020
One sector of society does not care about others: The haredim

The approach of negating the other person is not new in the relationship between haredim (ultra-Orthodox) and other sectors in Israeli society.

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