The tone of item and the tone of the erstwile Secularists appears to be millitant, but why? so you disagres on something, sit down and blah blah, learn from each other what you think about the issues at hand, and reach xome kind of conclusion. the Haredim will find the place for their pre-schools in the neighborhood some other place,even if it is not as conveneint or it has aoll the space they need. They are used to it, they have been selected out for so many years its a matter of history. Nor am i worried who will win out in this "struggle"--the Haredim, by thier deomgrarphics, and by their slow quiet, yes, quiet insistnence on a relatively modest life style. Were there an "secular Yeshiva" meant for the young people of the neighborhood I would be comforted, but its for "yennums", the other people, not those who live there. Woluld they send theri post- Zahal graduates to that place. I doubt it. Better to trek off it India or Neap or the Amazonas, and return, as many do, Ba'aley Teshuvah thanks to Chabad!
U.S. Democratic Senator Merkley airs support for Iran nuclear deal (Reuters)
from the article: Secular residents notch win in battle for Jerusalem