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“The problem, for me is the following: if Torah Judaism â€œreallyâ€ taught an emancipatory politics, one would see this reflected in those who really live and breathe the stuff yomam vaâ€™layla i.e the people referred to as haredim and, to a lesser extent, the â€œmodern Orthodoxâ€ people.”
“Ultra-Orthodox leaders agree that the problem is one of encroachment, but they insist that it is the secular and the liberal religious communities that are seeking to impose modern values and prevent the ultra-Orthodox, also known as haredim, from practicing a stricter form of Judaism.”
“Once again, it seems, the haredim are the Jews 'Jews.”
“The ultra-Orthodox, also known as haredim, make up 10 percent of Israel's 7.6 million people.”
“He described how the haredim are the least unified of all people, with each sub-group requiring their own schools, styles of dress, etc.”
“There are tensions between Jews and Muslims, and the divide between secular Israelis and haredim, the ultra-Orthodox Jews.”
“Most attendees were religious, all the way from knitted kippas to haredim.”
“In truth, Boteach knows that every Orthodox rabbi and scholar -- from Chabad Lubavitch to the haredim -- who attack "Kosher Jesus" as blasphemous, and its author as a heretic, are only helping his book sales.”
“They want us to put our hands over our ears, like the haredim who don't want to hear women's voices singing, or the fanatics who want to burn down the offices of newspapers that print cartoons of the prophet Muhammed.”
“While one must not generalize and tar all ultra-Orthodox Jews with the brush of intolerance, the fact is that the antagonism displayed by haredim toward other Jews is becoming ever more extreme.”
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