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'Di Tzeitung'’s editor called it a standard practice.
“This report supports the anecdotal evidence I’ve seen that indicates a close link between abuse in a religious context and the subsequent rejection of that community."
Zelda de Groen told a tribunal that school managers subjected her to a “humiliating” hour-long interview.
“Whoever wants to learn Torah should continue to do so, we don’t want to carry out belligerent operations here, we want to help those interested in serving but who don’t have the right information."
By JEREMY SHARON
Video footage emerged of police personnel dragging haredi men by their peot, or sidelocks, shoving them to the ground seemingly unprovoked.
The newest development in the crisis that ensued after the High Court's decision to make Israel draft a new law or else draft all the haredim.
By JEREMY SHARON,GIL HOFFMAN
Netanyahu has been on the haredim's side all along, so why does everyone think that the new High Court ruling would suddenly cause the government to collapse?
By GIL HOFFMAN
Health Minister Yaakov Litzman described the ruling as “the worst and most wretched decision in the history of terrible decisions in the Jewish world.”
Netanyahu’s office made sure to issue a statement that the cabinet decision on Sunday was not to cancel the deal but was merely to freeze it. This is a sham.
By YAAKOV KATZ
MK Rachel Azaria: "We must not lose US Jewry, and this proposal is a threat to this support.”
Iram was indicted last week for threatening IDF Maj.-Gen. Manpower Chief Moti Almoz for his part in drafting haredim into the army.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Last August, construction work on infrastructure in Tel Aviv on Saturdays became a severe point of contention between haredi parties United Torah Judaism and Shas and Transport Minister Israel Katz.
The protesters distributed fliers comparing Almoz to Hitler and military service to Auschwitz.
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