Secular-haredi split: One state, two peoples

Stern, Moran
November 2013
Washington Jewish Week;11/14/2013, Vol. 49 Issue 46, p16
The author expresses his views on the protests in Beit Shemesh, Israel after haredim-backed Mayor Moshe Abutbul won the election against the secular masorti candidate, Eli Cohen.


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