The infant grandson of Beit Shemesh Mayor Moshe Abutbul has passed away after a head injury.
The Prime Minister charged that anyone who tries to lump extremists with religious Zionists "does a very great injustice to a dear public that is loyal to the state."
The Taub Center noted a link between being religious and being satisfied with aspects of living, but that it does not necessarily apply to non-Jews. Hareidim live longer
Leader of a group behind the lawsuit says the political pressure forces the government to ignore basic subjects such as math, English and computers.
Police arrested six demonstrators and attacked Makor Rishon reporter Miri Tzahi. She was taken to hospital with a bloody face.
Rivlin told the New York UJA Federation," We are all one family" and made it a point to refer to a Consrvative leader as a rabbi.
"The visit constitutes a recognition of congregations that are dangerous to the future of the Jewish nation.”
Jews are gathering at Chabad-led "farbrengens" in Israel and around the world to celebrate the Chassidic New Year, "Yud Tes Kislev."
Bayit Yehudi MK Yinon Magal says he will resign from the Knesset due to allegations of sexual harassment.
When the Karov La'lev people said their criticism was directed at religious Israelis, one Facebook user was irate: "Did we watch the same film?"
Meretz leader Zahav Gal-On wants to deport Uri Ariel before he deports cats rather than violate Jewish law by castrating them.
A rash of Arab terror attacks in Judea, Samaria and Jerusalem Thursday night left no injuries.
Opposition MK calls her a "messianic" whose "dream" could engulf the Middle East in flames.
Shoshana Selavan, chairperson of the Old City's Jewish Quarter community, launches a new column on Jewish Life in the Old City.
Tens of thousands of Jews are expected to arrive at the Western Wall at 4:30 p.m.
Israel Police Dept. raises the security presence in the nation's integrated Muslim-Jewish cities, such as Ramle.
A court order overruling Deri's "stop work" decision allows Israel Railways to continue maintenance and construction work on Shabbat.
Shas Minister Aryeh Deri ordered a halt to working on Shabbat on the Tel Aviv-Jerusalem train line and Israel Railways claims it will delay it for 2 years.
Members of the Likud Youth Organization ignored a directive from PM Netanyahu, ascending the Temple Mount anyway.
The 'Tzohar' organization is launching a new project to encourage secular Jews to 'listen together' to shofar blowing on Rosh Hashana.