Asked about the chances of this proposed secular alliance in Assam, the AGP and peasant leader Akhil Gogoi’s group as like-minded options for a secular alliance.
They are vowing to maintain their policy even if Clinton is elected president of Israel’s closest ally.AP "Hey Yated Neeman what will happen if Hillary really wins Four years of photos of Bill" tweeted journalist Yair Ettinger who covers religion for the secular daily Haaretz Beni Rabinovich a journalist with Yated Neeman tweeted back that the Haredi press has "a clear and rigid line on this issue Without Bill or with Bill we’ll manage" Yaakov Lustigman foreign affairs reporter for the popular Haredi newspaper Hamevaser said his readers are fascinated by the US elections and "we have no problem with there being a female president" — but they don’t want to see Clinton’s picture or even read her first name Hamevaser achieved notoriety when it edited German Chancellor Angela Merkel out of a picture of world leaders marching through Paris after extremists attacked the offices of the satirical Charlie Hebdo magazine in 2015 Hamodia a veteran ultra-Orthodox paper is the only current Haredi daily that existed during the administration of Meir Israel’s only female prime minister A reporter there said that at the time in the early 1970s the newspaper did not publish her picture News site Kikar Hashabbat publishes demure photographs of Clinton and other female leaders according to foreign affairs reporter Israel Cohen "Hillary Clinton is in her 60s She’s solid she dresses modestly and she’s likely to be the next president" Cohen said "You cannot ignore it" But it is the lone exception and journalists at rival publications said they don’t consider the site to be truly Haredi because of its policy Rivka Neria-Ben Shahar an expert on Haredi media at Sapir College in Sderot said ultra-Orthodox newspapers have become more conservative in the past decades — but her studies show Haredi women today overwhelmingly support the policy Ultra-Orthodox rabbis some with tens of thousands of followers set the guidelines for what is acceptable in their communities Several ultra-Orthodox papers have rabbinical committees overseeing their content and journalists say the issue of whether to publish Hillary Clinton’s picture hasn’t been discussed Behadrei Haredim headquartered in the ultra-Orthodox enclave of Bnei Brak near Tel Aviv walks a tight line between conservative ideals and the modern essence of being online Shwartz the editor said he gets about 1 million unique visits to the site a month with users coming from Israel and around the world The only photographs of women are in a section called "women’s lobby" which focuses on cooking motherhood and lifestyle Users entering this area are warned that only women should proceed Atara Sternbuch an observant woman who runs the site’s English section said the lack of women’s pictures on the main site is "just not an issue" She said people who want to see pictures of Hillary Clinton can search elsewhere "We want to make it comfortable to our readers who don’t want to be exposed to that" she said American ultra-Orthodox media have traditionally shied away from publishing women’s pictures as well But the prospect of a Clinton presidency is stirring some debate One newspaper recently broke a taboo by publishing a picture of Hillary Clinton’s hand Rabbi Yitzchok Frankfurter editor of the weekly Ami Magazine in New York said he would consider printing Clinton’s photograph if rabbinical authorities allow it "We don’t want to isolate the executive branch of the US government" Frankfurter said "It’s too important for us as Jews who are citizens of the US and as Jews who are friends of Israel" Sheldon Schorer former chairman of Democrats Abroad Israel derided the policy of excluding women’s pictures and said it put Clinton at a disadvantage "I don’t think the Jewish religion really requires that" Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: January 5 2014 3:30 am Related News Aam Aadmi Party ministers Manish Sisodia and Rakhi Birla conducted surprise checks of night shelters across the capital on Friday night Both ministers spoke to people in these shelterslistened to complaints and pulled up officials for a lack of appropriate facilities at the shelters Minister for Women and Child Development Minister Birla visited night shelters in MangolpuriRajouri GardenAzadpurQutub Road and Lori Gate between 1030 pm and 4 am Criticising the cleanliness of sheltersBirla said?” For all the latest Entertainment News,The agency (Parivartan Mahila Mandal) should have done the quality check, he said Children and teachers in the school said none of the staff tasted the food since they were busy with other work Anita Thorat28who runs the mandalsaid it had happened for the first time We have supplied cup cakes in the past too? 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“Tony is media-shy. wife of former head of Namdhari sect, which it has backed,Rajiv Nayan and Principal Sonia Luthra. ? download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Priyanka Sharma | New Delhi | Published: April 9, in few constituencies. he said. Shelar said," Talks between Sena and BJP — the ruling allies at the cash-rich BMC — are stuck with BJP demanding higher number of seats to contest given its "growing clout" in Mumbai.