In ‘Occupied Scarsdale,’ There's Only One Question: Is Far-right Right Enough?

A political spat in the religious Zionist movement has placed many Orthodox voters in a bind — and nowhere is this more evident than Efrat, where nearly half of the settlers hail from English-speaking countries but few can say the words ‘I’m voting for a left-wing party’

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A young girl playing baseball in the West Bank settlement of Efrat.
A young girl playing baseball in the West Bank settlement of Efrat.Credit: Ilan Assayag
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