(AP) — In the insular world of ultra-Orthodox Jews in Israel, the fact
that the news is being reported is itself important news.
decade ago, brawling between two ultra-Orthodox factions over real
estate in Jerusalem would almost certainly not have been reported in the
community's media. Neither would a bitter debate over ethnic
segregation in a girls' school, or an incident in which a member of a
Hasidic sect in New York attacked and badly burned a community
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