The dispute over the annual pilgrimage of the Breslev Hassidic sect to Uman appears, in part, to stem from criticism within the ultra-Orthodox public of its political representatives for not advocating enough for the community's interests during the coronavirus pandemic. A new survey by the Israel Democracy Institute found that 38.5 percent of those polled – ultra-Orthodox men aged 18-30 years old – think their trust in the sector's parties was harmed or harmed to a  great extent during the crisis; while another 22.5 percent think it was slightly harmed.  KAN's Naomi Segal heard more from Dr. Gilad Malach, Director of the Ultra-Orthodox in Israel program at the Israel Democracy Institute, first asking him to explain the significance of the pilgrimage to Uman.