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And why is that? Well, on Friday evening, Naama told her story on the most watched news show in the country. The report, translated in full below, has sent Israeli public discourse on relations between secular and religious into a frenzy. K now go away! Since the report, the Israeli Prime Minister has spoken about it, the Haredi Beit Shemesh Mayor has condemned it, Haredim in Beit Shemesh attacked a Channel 2 news team who came to town again on Sunday, and rioted when municipal workers took down signs calling for segregation between men and women.
They later put the signs back up. Today, the city announced plans to put up security cameras. And why should they? Because the invalid who spoke from inside his car at the end of the item is actually right. Out of all the ignorance he spewed, he managed to say one correct thing at the end:. Actually, it makes the whole two-state, one-state discussion seem like a waste of time.
What does it matter when in a few decades between the river and the sea, secular people of any nationality will be a small minority. Ami Kaufman was chief night editor for Haaretz, for the prominent Israeli financial daily Calcalist, and correspondent on Israeli affairs for His interest in food and cooking led to culinary studies at the "Israeli CIA" Tadmor, Herzliya and a brief stint in the restaurant business.
Since this news report last Friday, about a little girl from Beit Shemesh, secular-religious relations seem to be the only thing Israelis are talking about. Haredi in Bet Shemesh. I'm healthy" photo: youtube. Naama Margolis, an 8-year-old from Bet Shemesh, is the most famous girl in Israel today.
In fact, nobody can stop talking about her. Get Our Weekly Newsletter. Sign up. Analysis naama margolis bet shemesh ultra-Orthodox Jews. A lot of work goes into creating articles like the one you just read. In order to safeguard that independent voice, we are proud to count you, our readers, as our most important supporters. Jewish-Arab partnership as an antidote to Jewish supremacism. We need to redefine Israeli politics. No more left and right, liberal or conservative, religious versus secular.