Justin, it appears that religious people are not only the - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • on that note,
    • 19.05.11 | 11:25 (IDT)

    racist fanatics who live in Israel. Until you know enough about them, don't be so quick to slight them. There is greater amounts of "racial equality' in the religious world than in the secular world, so stop pretending to be the maven- In areas of education, different groups have different orientations and that influences where kids go and are welcome. dont try to understand that, just inject your own racist venom into the subject.

    from the article: Cabinet backtracks on anti-discrimination resolution following Haredi pressure
    First published 01:37 19.05.11 | Last updated 01:37 19.05.11
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