Quite honestly, I'm not sure I see anything particularly sisnter taking place here. The article refers to "rumors" of pills being prescribed to prevent masturbation, and sexual urges, but the rumors turn out to be false...and are certainly not corroborated...accrding to the article...so what is so awful about people seeking treatment if they have actual needs? Do haredim get psychological treatment more often than secular people? The article does not address such things...and I wonder why Haaretz is so consistently and vehimently ant-Haredi. I am a secular person...I have no loyalties here,but I do try to take an attiitude of live and let live. I have no problem with Haredim...They have every right to live in the communities, and lifestyle they choose.
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Firebombs hurled at Border Policemen in East Jerusalem's Ras al Amud; no policemen wounded (Haaretz)
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