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Finance Ministry Chief Economist: Haredi men must enter the workforce!

Finance Ministry Chief Economist: Haredi men must enter the workforce!

We turn back to addressing one of the key manifestations of the unholy link between religion and the economy. This time, it follows on the publication of a review by the Ministry of Finance's Chief Economist department, according to which increasing participation in the workforce among ultra-Orthodox Jews and Arabs will reduce the poverty level in Israel by 21%.


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Finance Ministry Chief Economist: Haredi men must enter the workforce!

Finance Ministry Chief Economist: Haredi men must enter the workforce!

We turn back to addressing one of the key manifestations of the unholy link between religion and the economy. This time, it follows on the publication of a review by the Ministry of Finance's Chief Economist department, according to which increasing participation in the workforce among ultra-Orthodox Jews and Arabs will reduce the poverty level in Israel by 21%.

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Israeli Left Must Internalize That ultra-Orthodox Parties Are Not Partners

Israeli Left Must Internalize That ultra-Orthodox Parties Are Not Partners

​ How is it that the left-wing and center opposition factions hardly deal with issues of state and religion? Is the opposition again deluding itself that the ultra-Orthodox parties will reward it by forming a government with it?

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Op-Ed: Israel Must Break Growing Stranglehold of Religion

Op-Ed: Israel Must Break Growing Stranglehold of Religion

Hiddush, a transdenominational advocacy and public education organization seeks to change the status quo of a monopoly on religious practice and expression.

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Elad Poster Outs Couple for Immodest Behavior

Elad Poster Outs Couple for Immodest Behavior

A pashkevil went up over the weekend in Elad, warning the public about a woman and man who did “grave deeds:” Elad is a religious city outside of Petach Tikva.

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