After weeks of waking up to predawn darkness, Israel is finally turning back the clocks one hour, on Sunday morning.
Following accusations of election fraud in the city just outside Jerusalem, both sides agree they'd be much better off without one another.
Failure is an orphan in the Shas-Lieberman campaign aftermath – and winners in Israel don't get the "gracious" thing.
In an election that failed to alter the top of the municipal map, all the important changes took place in small places.
The warped “Jewish and democratic” equation is about to be bent out of shape again with Yesh Atid bills to allow homosexual “unions” and public bus transportation on the Sabbath.
Jewish Home probably siphoned off 2 seats from Lapid and 1 from Shas, to grow to 15 seats in this survey.
In Deri's own words: if the Haredim aren't united next week around Moshe Leon's candidacy, they'll be "losing the chance to take down the coalition in the next three years."
Jews visit Rachel’s Tomb Tuesday to pray that she cries for them. Today, the anniversary of her death, the Palestinian Authority has failed to turn it into a Muslim holy site. Chalk up one for the truth.
Thirteen Jews were arrested for being on the Temple Mount for praying.
Building a synagogue on Temple Mount is practically being urged by the U.S. State Dept.
Police also arrested 10 men who danced and waved Israeli flags.
Temple Mount Institute official and professional tour guide Yehuda Glick, an American, sent us his version of events as of last Thursday.
Another Big Lie is exposed. Rav Ovadia favored giving up land for peace in 1993. But when the PA blew up the Oslo Accords 10 years later, the rabbi ruled, “Oslo is null and void. This is not the peace I meant.”
The prime minister was embarrassed during a shiva visit to the mourning children of the great man.
No matter how secular Israeli Jews may appear, the glow of Torah burns somewhere inside almost everyone. Peres was not pretending when he called Rav Ovadia his “teacher.” His tears were real.
Their attorney is certain that all of them will go free because of the way police violated their civil rights as minors.
No one was really hurt, and that's what really counts. Eat your heart out, Pew Institute, down here we're all Orthodox Jews…
The Women of the Wall are unhappy again. Yes, they can read from the Torah, but now that have no scroll. It was damaged by dampness, and WoW blames the government for lack of proper storage.
Our people in Jewish Home and Likud kept campaigning that they had to be in the coalition to influence government. They're in now, and what influence do they have?
There has been no reduction, much less elimination, of Israeli government support for foreign students attending local universities.
If you wish to mention him in your prayers, his name is Harav Chaim Ovadia Yosef ben Gorgia.
One rabbi has decreed that wearing an IDF uniform is tantamount to wearing a cross medallion.
Regarding the money his Chassidim are taking from the evil government, the Rebbe said it was their money.
A woman and a 9-year-old boy were among the more severely beaten.
If the Women of the Wall want equality with men, why don’t they try to perform the Priestly Blessing at the Western Wall? Do tribal distinctions contradict “equality?” If so, who needs a Reform "rabbi?"