Exclusion of minorities not the only problem with Israel’s economy

Exclusion of minorities not the only problem with Israel’s economy

While Israel’s economic boom has no doubt left some minority groups behind, this article posits that the problem is in fact much broader than it seems. The glaring exclusion of certain groups—namely Israeli Arabs, Haredim, and residents of Israel’s periphery—from Israel’s economy suggests that this is symptomatic of a larger-scale phenomenon. Based on the latest report from the OECD, Globes author Avi Temkin attempts to uncover the root issues that underlie Israel’s economic inequality.

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