Chareidim


Poll: Chareidim, Right-Wing Israelis Happier

On a scale of one to ten, Israelis give themselves about a 7 in terms of personal satisfaction with their lives. According to the poll by the Rafi Smith organization…

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New Police Station to Serve Beitar Ilit

Beitar Illit inaugurated its first police station, the first in a chareidi city. Taking part in the ceremony were Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan, Police Chief Roni Alsheich, Mayor Rabbi…

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Study: Few Chareidim in High-Tech Leaving

One of the consequences of high-tech people leaving Israel is often relocation of the owners of companies to the United States – usually to Silicon Valley, where many of the companies…

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Deri Proposes Independent Chareidi Radio Station

Interior Minister Rabbi Aryeh Deri (Shas) said on Tuesday that he will fight for an independent chareidi radio station under the supervision of Rabbanim. Speaking at a conference on religious…

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Chareidim, Arabs, Women Still ‘Losing Out,’ Study Shows

Despite ongoing government efforts for affirmative action, “out-groups,” including women, chareidim and Arabs are still victims of discrimination, in that their opportunities and salaries do not approach those of secular Israelis…

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Extra Financial Help for Avreichim Approved

The Knesset Finance Committee has authorized extra assistance for avereichim and university students of an additional NIS 1,040 per month above the government assistance they already receive. The law approved…

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Fire Officials Seek More Chareidi Volunteers

Fire officials were very impressed with the volunteer efforts of members of the Haifa chareidi community in the recent wave of wildfires that struck the city – and they would…

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Modiin Mayor: No Chareidim in My Town, Please

While chareidi MKs have been trying to solve the housing crisis for their communities by seeking approval for developments in cities around the country, a large number of those cities…

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