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4 Responses

  1. Nachum says:

    So now, not only did charedim exist in the late 19th Century, they were even called the modern PC term “fervently Orthodox.” It’s like writing a book about the antebellum South and referring to “African-Americans,” I guess.

  2. Stuart Schnee says:

    Nachum – while I have not asked the author why this particular term was used….the term “Haredim” is not understood by everyone. the term he used was.

    that simple.

  3. Nachum says:

    As I wrote, there were no Charedim back then either. These were religious Zionists, pretty much.

  4. Lawrence Kaplan says:

    How about just plain “orthodox”?

 
 

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