FILE - In this Wednesday, March 14, 2012 file photo, Ultra Orthodox Jews attend the funeral of Rabbi Moshe Yehoshua Hager, leader of the hassidic sect Vizhnitz in Israel, in Bnei Brak ,

 

              FILE - In this Wednesday, March 14, 2012 file photo, Ultra Orthodox Jews attend the funeral of Rabbi Moshe Yehoshua Hager, leader of the hassidic sect Vizhnitz in Israel, in Bnei Brak ,
FILE - In this Wednesday, March 14, 2012 file photo, Ultra Orthodox Jews attend the funeral of Rabbi Moshe Yehoshua Hager, leader of the hassidic sect Vizhnitz in Israel, in Bnei Brak , Ultra Orthodox Jewish town near Tel Aviv, Israel. As Israel's new government takes shape, powerful ultra-Orthodox Jewish political parties seem poised to find themselves in unfamiliar territory, the opposition. A pair of rising political superstars want to end a system in which the ultra-Orthodox used their political clout to win generous government subsidies, evade compulsory military service and try to impose their conservative social mores. (AP Photo/Oded Balilty, File)