people went shopping on city streets in commercial districts. Granted, it wasn't airconditioned, and the lightng was "overhead", and . . . None of the issues relating to Malls existed. Now there are Malls, the anti-Haredim can let losse with their venom about why this and why that when the question is why does Ramot need a Mall anyway when you can plan for a Commerical district with all the needs of a community that s open to the street, the way we used to shop.
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from the article: Ultra-Orthodox Jews shun Jerusalem's supposedly 'modest' shopping mall