A new study from Tel Aviv University reveals a significant change over the past decade in the Haredi community's attitudes toward sexual abuse after many years of repression of the issue.
The Jerusalem Post Podcast Episode 13 with Yaakov Katz and Lahav Harkov.
The Meron misfortune reflects a larger problem that Israel has with haredi politics, in which Arye Deri is a key culprit.
One is to look for someone to blame, and the other is to rally together in unity. The first is necessary and – if done properly – could have an important corrective effect
Yosef Amram Tauber, 19, of Monsey, was a student at the Brisk yeshiva. A relative said that he left for Israel to attend the yeshiva “for the first time last week.”
President Reuven Rivlin lit 45 candles on Friday afternoon to commemorate the 45 victims reported at the time from Mount Meron.
A government priding itself as being national, democratic, Zionist, relies on haredi cynical anti-Zionist parties aiming to extract state funds, enforce religious coercion and erode democracy.
Kama-Tech encourages the haredi community to delve into the world of entrepreneurship and hi-tech through various programs and events.
“A book has two languages,” says Peleg, “There is the textual language and the visual language.”
It is unclear what is wrong with the rabbi, other than that he was suffering from shortness of breath.