When Arabs come into the neighborhood . . . - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Zev Davis
    • 04.04.12 | 11:42 (IDT)

    to welcome them is a sign that you are liberal. When Haredim come into the neighborhood it's a "threat" to the secular character of the area. No matter that the Haredim are Jewish, and the Arabs are not. No matter The translation of refrain on Hatikvah is "To be a free people in our land, the Land of Zion, Jerusalem. Granted, there is a trend among some Haredim to view the secular State of Israel as not quite what a Jewish State ought to be, but they won't argue about the Land of Zion-Jerusalem part the way the Arabs do.

    from the article: New ultra-Orthodox neighborhood to be built in Israel's north
    First published 01:56 03.04.12 | Last updated 01:56 03.04.12
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