Fundamentalism's encounters with citizenship: the Haredim in Israel

  title={Fundamentalism's encounters with citizenship: the Haredim in Israel},
  author={N. Stadler and Edna Lomsky-Feder and E. Ben-ari},
  journal={Citizenship Studies},
  pages={215 - 231}
  • N. Stadler, Edna Lomsky-Feder, E. Ben-ari
  • Published 2008
  • Sociology
  • Citizenship Studies
  • This paper centers on the challenge that fundamentalist groups – such as the Israeli ultra-Orthodox community (the Haredim) – pose for citizenship. It focuses on two issues: challenges centering on contribution to and sacrifice for the Israeli nation-state; and alternatives that fundamentalism poses to definitions of citizenship. Empirically, it is based on research in three arenas: service in the Israeli military; a voluntary organization aiding state agencies after terror attacks (ZAKA), and… CONTINUE READING
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