At least 44 people killed in an Israeli stampede at Mount Meron


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Last week, Netanyahu told representatives of the United United Torah Judaism (UTJ) party, a hard-line Orthodox party that has called for freedom of worship at the site, that there will be no limit to the number of participants and that pollen passports or any other documents will not be verified, according to accounts reported by the media. Israeli was widespread at that time. Netanyahu has relied on support for the ultra-Orthodox parties, known in Israel as the Haredim, as a major part of his right-wing ruling coalition. And opponents throughout the pandemic have criticized it for not applying epidemic restrictions to Haredi communities, which has led to some of the largest outbreaks.


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