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November 29, 2001
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Israel’s Knesset voted down three bills to cancel the Large Family Law. The law, which raises the child allowance given to families after their fifth child, primarily benefits the fervently Orthodox community. During Wednesday’s stormy debate, Labor Party legislator Ophir Pines caused an uproar when he called that community “parasites.”

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