A Rabbi of the Rabbinical Center of Europe told the EU official she cannot constantly undermine the foundations of Judaism: brit milah and kosher shechitah, and talk about wanting to eradicate anti-Semitism.
"If these were [rightwing organization] Lehava activists there is no doubt they would have been held in jail until the end of the proceedings."
"I feel humiliated, they were actually saying they're not recognizing my being Jewish. I love Rabbi Lookstein, he is my rabbi, he brought me into the Jewish world."
The third Israeli in less than a year has climbed the security fence and walked into Gaza without authorization.
The saga of Israeli validation of conversions performed abroad by Orthodox rabbis continues and moves to the next level.
The women were sent to their certain death as an act of redemption for their misconduct, and also as a means for their families to earn a monthly stipend from the Palestinian Authority.
Turkish energy officials met in Gaza with Hamas over the increasing power outages that plague the enclave.
I decided to test Facebook’s innocence (or lack thereof).
Gil Ronen, founder of the Femilistim pro-family organization, posited that the above examples, and others, are driven by nothing less than a Communist agenda, and that feminists in Israel have, wittingly or not, bought into a wide-ranging campaign to destroy the family unit.
El Al says its pilots are to blame, since they are executing labor sanctions that mess with the company's schedule causing those delays.
During a press conference he described Israel’s relationships with Egypt and Jordan as “the cornerstone of stability in the region” and “critical assets for our countries.”
Many, if not all these "controversial" responses by Rabbi Krim can be easily explained within the context in which they were provided.
Minister Ze'ev Elkin (Likud) said that the State Dept. funding of the V15 campaign proves once again how timely and vital the new NGO transparency legislation has been.
The force, which felt that their lives were at risk, opened fire.
UN Secy-Gen Ban Ki-moon is unhappy with everyone: Israel, Ramallah and Gaza, when talking about the Middle East.
IDF troops captured more than a dozen Arab fugitives in Judea and Samaria.
Hezbollah is ramping up its firepower with more than 120,000 missiles pointed at Israeli cities.
The Republican party doesn't match the anti-Israel party portrait peddled by so many for so long.
Leaders of a grassroots African-American civil rights group blame Israel for anti-police disturbances.
"Freedom of expression does not mean you are allowed everything," said Committee Chairman MK David Amsalem (Likud).
The Muslims at the site cursed out the group and made repeated references to Allah, who is, they said, great.
The grownups have prevailed, apparently, at the 2016 democratic platform committee.
“Why don’t we give them the benefit of our own experience? We all wished we had such a course when we were in that situation."
The committee also succeeded in repelling the Israeli tax authority, which wanted initially to be able to use information gathered by Israeli banks for the IRS.
AIPAC’s success in weakening the 2012 pro-Israel language left some Republicans angry.