haredim

Haredi men and their children protest government restrictions barring them from reaching Mount Meron
The Covid-19 Fertility Crisis: A Short Story

A peek into a possible future blighted by the coronavirus

25/10/2020
Who are the true Zionists in Diaspora Jewry? – opinion

Liberal Judaism in America is fading altogether, and that the values that they have espoused are not penetrating the average American Jew.

By RABBI PESACH LERNER
22/10/2020
One sector of society does not care about others: The haredim

The approach of negating the other person is not new in the relationship between haredim (ultra-Orthodox) and other sectors in Israeli society.

A 13th century Belgian Manuscript illustrating the dialogue between the jew "Moyses" and the Christi
What is a ‘moser’? The ugly history of Judaism’s most dangerous accusation

Moser literally means “one who hands over,” in the sense of one who informs or turns over a Jew to the secular authorities.

By HENRY ABRAMSON/JTA
15/10/2020
You gotta love the haredim

In the US haredim do not control who can get married and divorced, and where you can be buried.

Rabbi Baruch Mordechai Ezrachi delivers a torah lesson at Ateret Yisrael Yeshiva in Jerusalem, Novem
NGOs to petition High Court if haredi yeshivas open before state schools

The haredi parties are reportedly seeking to implement a plan whereby they would agree to lockdowns of haredi cities as long as schools and yeshivas for boys and young men in the sector could reopen.

Buses on a Public transport route in Jerusalem on March 16, 2020.
Haredim board buses disguised as protesters to violate COVID restrictions

The main center of violations was the Mea She'arim neighborhood of Jerusalem, which saw hundreds of participants singing and dancing in crowds, ignoring social distancing measures.

Haredim in Jerusalem, Modi'in Illit violate coronavirus restrictions

Major violations took place among the centers of hassidic sects in the Mea She'arim neighborhood of Jerusalem, as well as in several synagogues in Modi'in Illit.

Orthodox community is not taking COVID-19 seriously. We have to do better.

Now, with our cases rising and the governor taking a strong stance, our leadership fomented theories on persecution, antisemitism, freedom of religion and more.

By BLIMI MARCUS
09/10/2020
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