"We hope the exhibit on Hasidim will be the beginning of Haredim getting to know the museum as well, and perhaps they will come to the section on Jewish art and see the old synagogues, or archaeological displays or the Aleppo Codex," the museum's spokeswoman said. "This is an opportunity to draw in groups that would not otherwise visit; another opportunity to extend a hand and say 'please come.'"
Despite the fact that only 8 percent of the Israeli-Jews are ultra-Orthodox Jews, recent protests have targeted the group for not serving in the Israeli army. The tension between the secular community, which is the majority in the country, and the different religious groups is thus high.
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