The prime minister's deserved rest
Atmosphere of populist suspicion surrounding Netanyahu makes it hard to have serious and dispassionate conversation about a prime minister’s need for respite.
In Israel’s Haredi community there is a marvelous organization, funded by philanthropy, called Refuah Vechayim. It is staffed partly by volunteers and partly by professionals. It organizes weekends in hotels or schools or other rented premises for large groups of disabled children, boys and girls, not all of them Haredi. They pray the Shabbat services in shul, eat their meals together,...
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