Contribution to the Israeli Economical Wealth - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • 10.04.06 | 07:13 (IDT)

    This survey fail to report the sample!! "9 percent Orthodox; and 8 percent ultra-Orthodox" This is your problem area! To study the book during off-hours is good but studying it full time is not great for the economical future of Israel. These orthodox and ultra-orthodox makes babies by dozen and are collecting their pay cheque for studying the book full-time (you must be sick to do that but this is what your government wanted). In a normal economy, people study and THEN learn how to work. Frankly, your nose cannot be riveted in a book forever. Therefore, by paying taxes on an already low wage, a working social class in Israel has to work to survive and during that time, 17% (that is a lot) are "studying". Great future for the country! It was your choice, not mine. This is why the Israeli society is changing. One day, the working class will finally realize how the political class screwed (squeezed)it and the future of the State of Israel will, once again, be at risk.

    from the article: Survey: 44% Jewish Israelis are secular, 8% ultra-Orthodox
    First published 00:00 10.04.06 | Last updated 00:00 10.04.06
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