European capitals, from Paris to Budapest, are enjoying a Jewish cultural renaissance. At the same time, the threats to Jewish life across Europe are growing apace.
“Of course haredim want to work,” says Hanita Fridman, ultra-Orthodox CEO of the Israeli software development company Karmisoft. “It’s just that nobody wants to hire. . .
An OECD report claims that Israel has the highest poverty rate among the world's 34 most economically developed countries. The reality is more complicated—but no less worrying.