Jerusalem's Jewish Population Shifts In Jerusalem, more ultra-Orthodox Jews have moved in, while thousands of secular Jewish residents have left the city. The result is a city that is less diverse, and less prosperous, than before. NPR's Linda Gradstein reports.
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Jerusalem's Jewish Population Shifts

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Jerusalem's Jewish Population Shifts

Jerusalem's Jewish Population Shifts

Jerusalem's Jewish Population Shifts

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In Jerusalem, more ultra-Orthodox Jews have moved in, while thousands of secular Jewish residents have left the city. The result is a city that is less diverse, and less prosperous, than before. NPR's Linda Gradstein reports.

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