"Most of the ultra-Orthodox settlers - young couples or young families with numerous children - do not live in the West Bank for ideological reasons. They moved to the settlements due to the soaring real estate prices in the ultra-Orthodox neighborhoods of Jerusalem and Bnei Brak, which created an acute housing shortage. " But wait a minute. If West Bank is the only solution for young couples and families, then something's wrong here. The state -- and the way its budget is allocated -- is responsible for that situation. This is an example of political manipulation of haredim.
Migrants rush train tracks as Budapest station reopens (dpa)
from the article: Ultra-Orthodox Jews deliver a population boom to the West Bank