Daily Archives: January 19, 2021

How do you say ‘urban renewal’ in Arabic? In Israel, you don’t

By | 2021-01-19T21:22:36+00:00 January 19th, 2021|Uncategorized|

A collapsing infrastructure is a starting point in most Arab cities, and the government is not managing to find the means or cultural sensitivity to address it, new study finds

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COVID-19 highlights the haredi fissure in Israeli society – analysis

By | 2021-01-19T19:32:37+00:00 January 19th, 2021|Israel|

Deri realizes that the type of behavior being broadcast nightly into the homes of frustrated and angry Israelis could lead to a backlash against the haredi public.

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COVID-19 underlines rabbis control over ultra-Orthodox, not the state

By | 2021-01-19T19:17:50+00:00 January 19th, 2021|Israel|

Less than two weeks ago, Netanyahu phoned Kanievsky junior to implore that his grandfather, for the first time during the pandemic, call for schools in the ultra-Orthodox sector to be closed.

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After 50 years, Netanya orchestra fights to survive lack of funds

By | 2021-01-19T18:10:43+00:00 January 19th, 2021|Entertainment|

After a 50-year history of full performance seasons throughout Israel, the NKO is confronted with the possibility of extinction.

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First time: National Insurance Institute buys works of disabled artists

By | 2021-01-19T16:52:55+00:00 January 19th, 2021|Entertainment|

“I hope a day will come in which all government offices will display art made by people with disabilities,” one artist said.

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