Hiddush News, January-March 2012
Hiddush's public opinion poll on the Tal Law, its impacts, and future legislation shows overwhelming support for ultra-Orthodox enlistment by Jewish Israelis.
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A new Hiddush poll finds that 68% of Israeli Jews support denying yeshiva subsidies to those who don’t serve in the IDF
Despite ruling the Tal law unlawful, Interior Minister says a year extension is needed.
Tel Aviv challenges long standing status quo agreement that there will be no public transportation on Shabbat; Uri Regev reminds us that this is what the people want.
Hiddush's Israel Religion and State Index shows what the public is really thinking about changes to public transportation availability on Shabbat
Hiddush Director Uri Regev stands against Housing Minister Atias' new guidelines
Uri Regev comments on new proposal for subsidized housing which overwhelmingly favors ultra-Orthodox over the working middle class.
Hiddush and Rabbi Uri Regev weight in on intersection between Religious Freedom, Women’s Rights and Israeli National Security
Rabbi Uri Regev, called on coalition members Israel Beiteinu and Independence to “torpedo” the extension of the law.
Rabbi Uri Regev gives Hiddush’s perspective on the potential that lies within Yair Lapid’s entry to politics, as well as Hiddush’s polling
Rabbi Uri Regev said the Eda Haredit had revealed its true face as an organization that “supports thuggery of the worst kind.”
What do Israelis want with regards religion and state? Leonard Fein responds.
In Israel, Spate Of Ultra-Orthodox Incidents Rattle The Secular Mainstream, Shahar Ilan comments
Shahar Ilan speaks to The National about the challenges Israel faces with growing haredi populations
Hiddush polling shows effectively of the ultra-Orthodox joining the army
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