|Thursday, September 19, 2019|
|Observation: Will the Ultra-Orthodox Cut Their Potential Losses?|
Observation: Will the Ultra-Orthodox Cut Their Potential Losses?
April 2019 - in a surprise move, the religious-Zionist Union of the
The die was cast.
Suddenly state-religion issues that normally take the back burner played a
The ultra-Orthodox did well in this election. But if they find themselves
It remains to be seen if their leadership has the self confidence to cut
#1. Passage of the proposed military service law exactly as it written.
#2. English and math studies for all children.
#3. A framework for continuing Sabbath infrastructure work.
I am not going to spend time here explaining why the ultra-orthodox should
I am not even going to argue if Deputy Health Minister Yaakov Litzman was
The point is that much of the rest of Israeli society perceives these as
Conceding these three issues won't end what's been termed a "culture war",
And there is no telling what a coalition may pull off in their absence.
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