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The fact that the secular public in Israel has adopted the customs of Yom Kippur without being forced, of its own free will, gladly (and some within this group are gradually observing the Sabbath, although others are moving in the opposite direction ), raises a question: Is it possible that the environmental movement, which is increasing in influence and power and is identified with the secular community, is likely to find itself unknowingly playing into the hands of the religious and changing the approach of secular people to the Sabbath? Is the longing for quiet, plus the nausea caused by shopping malls, likely to or threatening to (depending on your point of view ) make the Israeli public, at least the Jewish sector, beg for Yom Kippur once a week, and create a situation in which they observe the Sabbath by choice and gladly, without being forced? ...

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