Standing outside of a clinic in East Jerusalem, Rashdi Jasser seemed worried. While Jasser, 47, was eager to get the COVID-19 vaccine, he said that many of his fellow construction workers have dismissed government warnings about the dangers of coronavirus, calling it “nonsense” and refusing to wear masks.
In recent weeks, haredi Orthodox protesters have become increasingly brazen in their disregard for Israel’s ongoing coronavirus lockdown.
Their day-to-day work is helping to care for and educate severely disabled Israeli children and makes a powerful statement.
“Sports was my passion and my dad was my coach, somebody who always wanted me to live a normal life no matter what my circumstances were.”
Critics blast plan to vaccinate all Holocaust survivors
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The country has worked to loosen some restrictions while preserving others, creating a patchwork of policies that have left Jews worldwide confused.
Meet the team working to translate Rav Kook into Arabic
Inspired by Black Lives Matter, Israelis protest police brutality
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