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- n. Alternative form of eruv.
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Often the newcomers do not respect the ways of the old timers, as they demand their needs be met and impose changes of the local lifestyle to conform to their needs (whether tzniyus, eiruv, etc.).
Once they get settled and establish all their needs (be it a mehadrin eiruv, haredi shul, haredi schools, etc.), the influx of newcomers then fill the neighborhood and "haredize" the place and they snap up practically every existing place.
They do not preach to the old timers, and theyhave no problem opening shuls and kollels, and building a mehadrin eiruv, etc.
The secular residents have been cutting the eiruv strings of the haredi newcomers.