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.
Should the platform not be dismantled, the magnificent Robinson's Arch archaeological site would be destroyed, making "its very exposure a source of eternal lamentations."
"I have really bonded with the other members of the battalion, and they’re my family now.”
The missionary campaign is ongoing and is expected to continue through the end of the coming week.
"I'm not saying that a woman can't be a pilot," he said regarding women's service, "But I think that giving a woman the profession of killing people is not good for the nation of Israel."
Voter turnout was particularly low at the computerized 130 polling stations throughout the country.
Activists chanted, "The Knesset Legislates, the Supreme Court Erases."
"No one thinks that forced recruitment would lead to mass mobilization," Shaked said, adding, "The army does not want tens of thousands of Haredim to enlist now."
Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked reiterated her view that "the crisis is solvable and not fundamental."
Adina Bar-Shalom attacks Shas chairman Aryeh Deri: "He has changed since he entered prison, completely deteriorated."
Last Thursday, the IDF apparently had had enough with this iconoclast and informed him that he was being dismissed from reserve duty.
The government will inspect the general draft quotas every five years. If the haredi population fails to meet the targets, the law automatically expires.
With this decision, you will choose whether to continue the work of the founders of the state or decide to turn your back on them and put an end to the Zionist enterprise," 100 Jewish businesses wrote the court.
If the Gerrer Rebbe sticks to his guns about running the full vote on the bill to end before ever tending to the budget bill, it would effectively spell the end of Netanyahu's coalition government.
"Anyone who wants to surrender to blackmail, let them surrender surrender, Yisrael Beiteinu will support only a bill drafted by the defense establishment and the IDF," Liberman declared.
The Yesh Atid leader was quick to take advantage of the coalition crisis and arrived with signs and activists at the Tel Aviv train station, where became apparent that one of them, who looked spot-on Haredi, wasn't.
Have any of the readers experienced studying Talmud – or cooking, for that matter – under daily police "supervision"?
Should the coalition crisis persist, and either Kulanu or UTJ brings down the Netanyahu government, new elections are expected in June.
Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman condemned the act in his Twitter account, declaring: "The sight of the soldier's hanging doll in Mea She'arim is shocking."
WAFA reports: Hundreds of fanatic Jewish settlers walked around the old town of Hebron, where they are concentrated, banging drums and shouting anti-Palestinian slogans.
The soldiers were found to be suitable for the course and have been approached by their commanders to become tank commanders, but gave up the opportunity for fear of degrading their religious standards.
"I regret it, it's inappropriate, it was not right and it was not true," Habayit Hayehudi Chairman and Education Minister Naftali Bennett apologized to MK Yossi Yona (Zionist Camp) for a video ad published by his party in the 2015 election campaign.
Opposition Chairman Yitzhak Herzog wondered if the ban included the pending budget vote, but did not receive an answer.
Tzohar founder Rabbi Feuerstein believes that rather than being a player in the kashrut market, the chief rabbinate should set the standards and regulate the industry, allowing in as many qualified groups as wish to participate.