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Haredi women are carving out a piece of Israel’s entrepreneurial space.
Dr. Alon Tal, founder of Adam Teva V'Din – Israel Union for Environmental Defense, says that the most pressing issue facing Israel today is overpopulation.
Nonetheless, the study also found that most of Diaspora Jewry still wants the capital to remain Jewish in nature.
Speaking to The Jerusalem Post, Kolian, who is 33 and married with four children, outlined the reasons why she was starting a new political party to represent haredi women.
By JEREMY SHARON
The deadline for the enlistment bill has been extended several times, the last extension occurring in early December, setting the current January 15 deadline.
By URI BOLLAG
A source in Aguda confirmed that it appears the two parties will be able to come to an agreement to run together.
Haredi men from across the spectrum of the community, Sephardi, hassidic, and “Lithuanian” non-hassidic, all participated in and completed the six-month long course called “Influencers.”
The proposals include financial sanctions against the state yeshiva budget for failure to meet enlistment targets.
At the heart of this political thriller lay a tragedy, the tragedy of ultra-Orthodoxy.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
From Avi to Yosef, biblical to modern and everything in between.
By LIDAR GRAVÉ-LAZI
As "Shababnikim" wraps up its first season, audiences are dying for more of the four haredi youth who aren't afraid to peek at the outside world.
By AMY SPIRO
There is a record low in the poverty rate for the Haredi sector, having diminished from 58% in 2005, reflecting increased integration of Haredi men and women into the work force in recent years.
Some seven percent of the workforce is Haredi, but although no hard statistics are available, it is thought that the representation of Haredim in the civil service is exceedingly low.
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