Postal officials refuse mailmen's request to be relieved of the job to deliver Baptist cult material that may be illegal.
The Hareidi politicians agreed to not protest the country club after the mayor agreed to move it. So much for agreements.
A Torah scroll has been stolen from Ziv Hospital in Tzefat. Police are investigating.
Does "monitoring" teenagers mean protecting them against insects?
The oldest copy of the Ten Commandments in the world is on display at Israel's national museum.
Kachlon is sounding suspiciously like Yair Lapid, the last government's supposed champion of "social justice."
A special event in Jerusalem on June 3 will mark the first-year anniversary of the Hamas kidnap and murder of 3 Israeli teens.
The left-wing party's problem is that the ministry spent more money to promote Judaism than democracy.
Stormy weather sent celebrants indoors but did not dampen their joy in celebrating Mimouna after Passover in Israel.
The election polls reflect the demographics of Israel, united by faith and divided by ideology and tradition.
Shas says the national anthem is just a modern poem, not the Torah.
They distribute ballots to elect the 'Savior."
Anti-draft Haredim blocked roads in Jerusalem, Modi'in and Ashdod.
Chief Rabbi David Lau reminds all Jews to say the Kaddish prayer in memory of Holocaust victims.
Hebrew University will give its students the day off on Christmas for the first time ever. There will be no classes on Thursday, Dec. 25,...
Israeli Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu competed with others Tuesday in the fifth International Bible Quiz in Jerusalem.
The decision of Uri Aril’s Tekuma faction to remain in the party and re-start a “Yesha faction” is a blessing.
High housing prices are blamed, but has anyone suggested that working for a living might help?
Three members of the Lehava organization are arrested for the Nov. 29 arson of Jerusalem's mixed Jewish-Arab school.
Israel gets a mensch for Chief of Staff along with a Yiddishe Mama.
Liberal Jews are for tolerance until they also have to be tolerant.
The bill would take power away from the Haredi Chief Rabbis but but does not authorize non-orthodox conversions.
They had to use a magnifying glass to read the letters.
A simple solution for Haredi demands would be separate planes.
A semi-pro skier whose soul loves to fly in the sky even when his body is grounded finds he can integrate both in a Torah-observant lifestyle.