Israeli Technology Companies and their Relationship with Minorities

The Financial Times looks at the lack of integration of Israel's Arab and ultra-Orthodox Jew population into the country's otherwise burgeoning technology scene. As with minorities across the globe, Arabs in the Israeli tech industry aren't often funded, though the government is trying to change the employment situation for both groups in recognition of their potential contribution to the economy (both groups have high birth rates). Israel has it's technology 'Triangle' as the USA has Silicon Valley, and funding for startups outside of the Triangle in Israel is reputedly hard to come by. 

Financial Times: Israel's tech companies slow to hire ultra-Orthodox and Arabs

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