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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.’
The ruling relates to the “Influencers” pilot program set up by the Civil Service designed to help integrate haredi graduates into the Civil Service for employment in the public sector.
By JEREMY SHARON
In recent years, Davos hoteliers have depended on a haredi clientele who flock there during the summer months, during the skiing region’s off-season.
"This is an important step on the historic path on the way to integrating women in politics and preventing all parties from submitting lists that do not include women."
By GIL HOFFMAN
Arabs plan to break the taboo against running for office in the united city
"Yes, Jews did this to other Jews. When will we learn that we are stronger together?"
By SAMUEL THROPE
“93Queen,” Orthodox filmmaker Paula Eiselt’s big-screen debut, documents one woman’s attempt to create an all-female version of Hatzalah with only strictly observant Orthodox members.
By CURT SCHLEIER/JTA
The old draft said “the state will take action to maintain the connection between the state and the Jewish people wherever they are.” The new one replaced “wherever they are" with "in the Diaspora."
Channel 10 reported that the site regularly accedes to such requests, including groups that do not want to ride with Arabs.
An analysis of the much-debated haredi draft law.
By URI REGEV
Today, it is simply a fallacy that haredim only study Torah all day and contribute nothing to society.
By IDO LEVY
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