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    • Leo
    • 14.08.07 | 21:09 (IDT)

    Again, my friends, the real question here is NOT haredim and is NOT birthrate. It is real hard politics. The state is making up this situation. Cf. my previous post #33. It is costing more and more to resist this situation (it is more expensible to move from Jerusalem to say Beit Shemesh, than to Modiin Illit , a.k.a. Kiriat Sefer), because this government, like others, is encouraging growth outside the green line. And the state offers strong incentives. Note, however, that Neturei Karta understood the situation properly, in this respect. Hamevin Yavin.

    from the article: Ultra-Orthodox Jews deliver a population boom to the West Bank
    First published 00:00 14.08.07 | Last updated 00:00 14.08.07
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