samedi 25 juillet 2009

Ultra-orthodoxes: même les Israéliens n'en veulent pas

A stencil reading ‘not among us’ in Hebrew is painted on a wall in Kiryat Yoval, a Jerusalem neighbourhood where residents oppose the arrival of Haredim, members of an ultra-Orthodox Jewish community.

A stencil reading ‘not among us’ in Hebrew is painted on a wall in Kiryat Yoval, a Jerusalem neighbourhood where residents oppose the arrival of Haredim, members of an ultra-Orthodox Jewish community.

The Globe and Mail

Hard-line Israelis have secularism under siege



Voici la manière hassidique de gérer le traitement des déchets:

An ultra-Orthodox Jew burns garbage in Jerusalem's Mea Shearim neighbourhood on July 16, during a protest against the arrest of an Orthodox woman on suspicion of starving her three-year-old child.


Selon B'Nai Brith Canada, la commission québécoise des accommodements n'aurait pas dû être ouverte au public

Les hassidiques contre le gouvernement du Québec

Les boucs émissaires