“This is a sensible resolution that uses the city’s resources in a smart and effective way.”
“The authorities in both the US and Israel have much to answer for, in allowing this case to drag on for so long.”
In the 1950s, a Haredi newspaper often published photos of rabbi’s wives and of girls playing in the streets of Jerusalem.
Moshe Peter Loth, who identifies himself as a Holocaust survivor, was born into a Christian German family and was likely never in a Nazi camp.
Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef accused the state of deliberately inviting Soviet immigrants to Israel to weaken the political power of the haredi Orthodox.
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