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Likud agreed to wide-ranging concessions to the haredi parties following the April 9 election, including tough restrictions on construction work on Shabbat and gutting haredi enlistment legislation.
To be sure, what today’s Lubavitchers lack is a single leader who can control any deviance in the movement or offer something new and exciting. Occasionally this leads to some internal tensions.
‘We fetishize and hold haredim to standards we don’t hold others to.’
It is simply not correct that as the ultra-Orthodox population grows, Israel will become a state filled with more and more religious tensions and less and less tolerance.
By DOV LIPMAN
Thankfully, the haredi community is now starting to open up to such change.
By PINCHAS COHEN
“The question is not anymore if we should go out and work. You can work. Now the question is, ‘How?’”
By MAAYAN JAFFE-HOFFMAN
Should the program prove successful in Jerusalem, it will likely be rolled out across the nation.
By EYTAN HALON
The campaign video illustrates a seemingly hellish day in the life of an Ashdod citizen Alex in the event of Haredi leadership in the city.
By HADAS LABRISCH
Holon mayoral candidate's ad reminiscent of Netanyahu's "Arabs will come in droves" comments.
By JEREMY SHARON
“I have backing not only from English speakers and modern haredim, but also from Hassidim, Lithuanian and Sephardi haredim, who just want the city to be run better.”
By GIL HOFFMAN
Anywhere from dozens to thousands of haredim could be impacted by the ruling.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
It seems that at the next council, the national religious sector will be headed by two religious representatives who share almost all the same ideals but don’t speak to each other.
By PEGGY CIDOR
Elkin says Liberman, Deri want Lion as a "puppet."
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