Modern-Ultra-Orthodox: Israel’s Haredi Community at a Crossroads


Dr Gilad Malach, head of the ultra-Orthodox research program at the Israel Democracy Institute, discusses the findings of the 2018 statistical report on the ultra-Orthodox society in Israel, which he directed.



This episode of the Tel Aviv Review was brought to you by the Israel Democracy Institute, an independent center of research and action dedicated to strengthening the foundations of Israeli democracy.

One comment on “Modern-Ultra-Orthodox: Israel’s Haredi Community at a Crossroads

  1. Joel Schwartz says:

    Please define integration. I am Hareidi living in the USA. we work, do whatever any other citizen is doing. besides this, we are very observant. and take our religion seriously. Why does Israel believe that this is effecting them adversely.

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