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Last week’s runoff elections for Jerusalem’s mayor might have had an uninspired 31% voter turnout. But for the yeshivish activists who took to the streets, and for Rav Chaim Kanievsky himself, it was a basic question of kevod Shamayim. The losers & the winners: A reporter’s notebook, looking from the outside in
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Last week’s runoff elections for Jerusalem’s mayor might have had an uninspired 31% voter turnout. But for the yeshivish activists who took to the streets, and for Rav Chaim Kanievsky himself, it was a basic question of kevod Shamayim. The losers & the winners: A reporter’s notebook, looking from the outside in
Yisroel Besser
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Last week’s runoff elections for Jerusalem’s mayor might have had an uninspired 31% voter turnout. But for the yeshivish activists who took to the streets, and for Rav Chaim Kanievsky himself, it was a basic question of kevod Shamayim. The losers & the winners: A reporter’s notebook, looking from the outside in
Yisroel Besser
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Last week’s runoff elections for Jerusalem’s mayor might have had an uninspired 31% voter turnout. But for the yeshivish activists who took to the streets, and for Rav Chaim Kanievsky himself, it was a basic question of kevod Shamayim. The losers & the winners: A reporter’s notebook, looking from the outside in
Yisroel Besser
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On the one side were opportunities that couldn’t be duplicated: access to the biggest celebrities, parties, perks, a job I loved and at which I excelled. On the other was the image of the Jewish home I wanted to build one day, and the profound feeling of wholeness I had in Jerusalem.

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