Lack of social distancing enforcement, information, and crowded living conditions means coronavirus is spreading faster in ultra-Orthodox neighborhoods than anywhere else in Israel
Residents 'climbing the walls' as Orthodox'>Ultra-Orthodox city insulates overnight to combat virus
Israeli police have used a drone, helicopter and stun grenades to prevent the spread of coronavirus within the country’s ultra-OrthodoxJewish community
An Israeli policeman removes an ultra-OrthodoxJewish youth from a synagogue before it is closed by police as they enforce coronavirus lockdown restrictions in the Mea Shearim neighborhood of Jerusalem. More photos of the day: 📷 Ronen Zvulun
"I really don't see the point of comedy unless there's something underpinning it." Chris Morris says satire is not about being "slapped on the back by the orthodox elite", it's about wanting to "change something".
The next time anybody asks me about my religion, I think I’ll reply “Geek Orthodox”