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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.
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.
By JEREMY SHARON
But will the agreement have the desired effect of reducing the Haredi clamor over Shabbat desecration?
Police have employed skunk water and other physical methods to disperse the crowds and have arrested at least 25 men so far.
Radical elements in the Haredi community have waged a vitriolic campaign of incitement and harassment against haredi IDF officers in the past few years.
The major counter-protest comes after weeks of violent demonstrations by haredi extremists who blocked main traffic arteries in Israel in protest over draft warrants.
By UDI SHAHAM
Have we just witnessed a major crack in the ultra-Orthodox edifice, or just temporary disruptions from a handful of extremists?
By TERRANCE MINTNER
“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."
According to several residents of Arad, the Ger Hassidim are trying to take over public buildings and want to put their hands on the city’s finances.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
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
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