Building an inclusive Israeli city

Just 45 minutes north of Tel Aviv, Israel is expanding the sleepy 1000-residents town of Harish into a city with up to 100,000 inhabitants. The plans have been praised by its modern-orthodox and ultra-orthodox Jews, secular Israelis, former Soviet and Ethiopian immigrants and Arabs.

http://www.timesofisrael.com/as-harish-rises-some-wonder-if-it-can-break-suburban-mold/

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