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    • j10
    • 01.05.13 | 13:21 (IDT)

    Of course these crowd deserved better service but there is no history of discrimination at past Mimouna typr events. In fact, it is laughable to say the haredim do not have to give until they get their fair share. All Israelis will be happy to do a reset and divide all the governmental resources per capita fairly to all citizens who work and pay taxes and serve the country. i do not think the haredim wlll buy into your idea though since they currently get a totally disproportional amount of the nations wealth (tax breaks, free welfare of various kinds, an empire of unnecessary make work jobs like rabbis of cities or religious councils or Mikve women or dayanim or mashgichim of kashrut (all of which are privately provided in other democracies).

    from the article: Leaving the ultra-Orthodox high and dry
    First published 02:00 01.05.13 | Last updated 02:00 01.05.13
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