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Israel stampede at Mount Meron kills at least 44 people

Last week, Netanyahu told representatives from the United Torah Judaism, an ultra-Orthodox party that pushed for free worship at the site, that there would be no limit on the number of participants and that vaccine passports or other documentation would not be checked, according to accounts widely reported in Israeli media. Netanyahu has relied on the support of ultra-Orthodox, known in Israel as Haredi, parties as a key part of his right-wing governing coalition. He was criticized by opponents throughout the pandemic for not enforcing pandemic restrictions in Haredi communities, which boosted some of the largest outbreaks.

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