Are you chareidi? In a few days’ time, tens of thousands of chareidi families in Israel will leave for vacations, and many of them can be expected to face blatant discrimination, which they will feel in their pockets.
The zoo in Rishon Letzion, which has become popular in the chareidi sector since it recently began keeping Shabbos, is apparently interested in keeping chareidim out. Otherwise, it is not possible to understand the outrageous conduct of the zoo.
When you ask the zoo secretary for the price of entering the zoo, one of the first questions that you are asked is: “Are you chareidi?”
The fixed price for everyone is NIS 15 per child, but for chareidim, the price is no less than NIS 35.