Rightwing party Otzma Yehudit (formerly Otzma LeYisrael) headed by Michael Ben-Ari, Aryeh Eldad, Baruch Marzel, Itamar Ben-Gvir, and Zvi Sukkot is one of the...
In 2016, the High Court of Justice ruled that conversions in private Orthodox courts in Israel should be recognized. The Netanyahu government has been dragging its feet about complying with the ruling.
Kehilat Yonatan offers a conversion program to Israeli citizens and foreigners with long-term visas, and egalitarian wedding services.
The reported cost of each luxury 1,335 sq. ft., 5-room apartment, will be only one million shekel – $276,000.
"Imagine taking a chunk of rotting corpse from a stagnant sewer, placing it in a blender and spraying the filthy liquid in your face."
According to attorney Itamar Ben-Gvir, police used a blacklist to detain activists.
"Conference sessions will include Facebook Specialties (beginners and advanced); Writing articles and opinion pieces; Public Speaking; Standing in front of a camera; and the Art of the Debate."
Attorney Ben-Gvir wrote the AG: "It is clear to any knowledgeable person that the government's decision was a political ploy designed to silence the opposition."
In case the Temple is rebuilt, consider this [Tisha B’Av] document null and void.
Captain Rabbi Avrumi Levin: In case the Temple is rebuilt, consider this [Tisha B'Av] document null and void.
Needless to say, Yair Lapid, who is the founder and chairman for life of Yesh Atid, stands to gain significantly from pushing his enemy on the center-left all the way to the left in the public's mind.
According to the IDF, no unusual injuries were observed during the training, and no medical abnormalities were identified.
The Rabbinical Council concluded its statement with a last-ditch effort to eliminate much of its decision, insisting that it "views the operation of the kashrut system by the religious councils as the correct alternative."
Netanyahu told the three Haredi coalition leaders at the meeting, who insist they oppose the draft law in its present form: "I do not want new elections, but I'm not afraid of elections, and if there are elections, I'll do fine."
The Chasid, who has been running the stall near the Jerusalem Central Bus Station for the past four years, was asked by a municipal inspector to fold up his stand and walk away, and when he refused, he received the fine.
Apparently, according to a behind-the-scenes agreement, in return for the Haredim blocking the Kisch bill, the Joint Arab List will support the latest Haredi-inspired version of IDF draft law.
According to the plan, which is being formulated in collaboration between the IDF HR division and the Golani Brigade, the special Haredi company will be added to the ranks of the brigade come March 2019.
One major target for this project are Chabad activities, which include summer camps for children in municipalities that cannot afford one.
The petition against the IDF was filed last year by Stanislav Yurovsky, an IDF officer, through the Association for Civil Rights in Israel.
"You will be surprised to hear who is the greatest proponent of the Torah in the world: the Zionist regime. Every year the Israeli government invests billions of shekels in the Torah world."
Only about 15-17% of Haredim ages 18-44 celebrate Independence Day in a festive manner.
Rami Levy Tikshoret will be the first cellphone company to take that step.
Voter turnout was particularly low at the computerized 130 polling stations throughout the country.
Activists chanted, "The Knesset Legislates, the Supreme Court Erases."
Last Thursday, the IDF apparently had had enough with this iconoclast and informed him that he was being dismissed from reserve duty.