Jerusalem Is Not Becoming an ultra-Orthodox Town, Expert Says

Statistics fail to tell the whole story, says Dr. Maya Choshen, the highest authority on trends in Israel's capital, and predicts that the birth rate among the ultra-Orthodox will drop and that many Haredi families will leave Jerusalem.

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The editor of the Statistical Yearbook of Jerusalem is convinced that secular residents’ fear of the capital becoming ultra-Orthodox is groundless. She predicts that the birth rate among the ultra-Orthodox...