Israel's `culture war' heats up in Jerusalem

Peterson, Scott
August 1996
Christian Science Monitor;8/6/96, Vol. 88 Issue 176, p6
Focuses on secular Jews' efforts to counter growing influence of the religious right in Israel. Background on the battle over the control of Jerusalem's Bar-Ilan street; Background on the violence between the two movements; Impact of the election of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu; Background on the religious law in Jerusalem.


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