No Haredim in the West Bank - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • acrasia
    • 21.08.12 | 12:01 (IDT)

    Alongside visiting Diaspora Jewish communities, Landau should have dropped in on Beitar Ilit (pop. 40,000 in 2007 and growing), Modi'in Ilit (40,000+ in 2007 and growing), Immanuel (2,900 in 2007 and growing), and four other Haredi communities in the West Bank -- not including the new Agan Hayalot suburb of Givat Zee'v -- before penning his very odd statement that there are really no Haredim living in the West Bank. I guess the folks dwelling in these closed Haredi communities over the Green Line are virtual Haredim?

    from the article: David Landau celebrates Judaism, and worries
    First published 10:09 20.08.12 | Last updated 10:09 20.08.12
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