Two very different parties have found in each other the perfect enemies.
The coronavirus has dramatized the tensions in Israeli society. This week, a ḥaredi communal leader joins us to chart a path forward.
Only by giving up some individual freedom and banding together can parents gain the power to reject the harmful influence of Silicon Valley on young minds.
For those steeped in the tradition, hatred of Jews is simply a fact of exile.
Ultra-Orthodox Jews have been one of the hardest-hit groups in Israel and elsewhere. Why?
“There is no wall of separation in Israel between Judaism and humanism.”
The leading ultra-Orthodox intellectual joins us to explain the key conflicts surrounding the place of his community within Israeli society.
They benefit from multiculturalism, but don’t necessarily accept its assumptions.
His stubbornness will likely lead to new elections.
Israel’s confusing plethora of small parties actually keeps Ḥaredim and Israeli Arabs, in particular, from becoming too alienated.