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High Court Bars Business Owners from Paying Kashrut Inspectors’ Wages

The kashrut supervisors union strongly opposes the reform, fearing that an open and transparent pay method would adversely affect their income.

IDF Chief Prosecutor: I’m Openly Gay, Elor Azaria’s Conviction Was ‘Milestone of Justice’

Brigadier General Sharon Afek contributes to the debilitation of the IDF's ability to function as a fighting army.

Labor MK Launches IQ War Against Likud

MK Oren Hazan invited MK Rosenthal to a chess match.

Watch: Police Thugs Brutalizing Jewish Bystanders

Some parade marchers required medical attention due to police brutality.

ZAKA Volunteers, Soldiers, Civilians, Honor Memory of Lone Haredi Soldier Killed in 1948

He studied in a Talmud Torah and was one of the brave young men who fought in the Old City of Jerusalem during the War of Independence.

Likud Haredim to Commemorate Fallen Haredi Soldiers

Last year, the ceremony was interrupted by Haredi extremists who attempted to prevent it from taking place and succeeded in chasing away many participants.

Meretz, Channel 10 Viciously Attack Bennett Over Schoolbook

Should this be filed under irony, hypocrisy or just simply hatred?

Orthodox Lawmakers Prepare to Fight Supreme Court’s Sabbath Ruling

Orthodox parties are working on new legislation to protect the Sabbath in Israel.

Despite Haredi Outcry, Supreme Court Ruling Cuts Number of Businesses Open on Shabbat

Haredi coalition partners demand broader interior ministry authority over Shabbat laws.

JPPI Survey: Israeli Jews and Arabs Happy to Live in Israel, Just Not Together

Secular and Haredi Jews prefer separate neighborhoods; Ashkenazi and Sephardic, Rightist and leftist, live well together.

Supreme Court Rules Israeli Service Employees Must Work on Shabbat

'The State of Israel is not Jewish without observing Shabbat and not democratic without observing the law.'

Israeli Universities to Offer Segregated Classes to Lure Haredim

Separate classes for male and female students already exist in some colleges, university preparatory programs and a dedicated campus within Bar-Ilan University.

Tens of Thousands Attend Kotel Priestly Blessing

The momentous event has occasionally been greeted with rocks thrown down from the Temple Mount by the current masters of the holy site.

Watch Yishai Fleisher Out-Debating J Street Opponent

There's much misinformation, misconception and ignorance in the American Jewish community about Israel, which Yishai did a lot to dispel over at that Beverly Hills event.

Ha’aretz: Giving to the Poor on Passover Is Like Giving Heroin to an Addict

'It must be understood that giving to the poor on Passover is a political surrender.'

2 Former Shin Bet Heads to Join Breaking the Silence Event

Between September 2012 – June 2016, BtS held more then 80 lectures, exhibitions and events across Europe, America, South Africa and Australia.

Supreme Court Bars Supreme Rabbinic Court from Ruling on ‘Safed Get’

The ruling permitted an Aguna whose husband is in a vegetative state to remarry.

Showdown: Poll Shows Shaked Gets 3 Seats More than Bennett

Shaked is probably the most popular rightwing minister today, the only politician in her camp who managed to tame the Supreme Court and clip some of its claws.

Survey: 36% of Secular Jews Want to Leave Israel

The highest rate of those who wish to leave was among secular Jews, where 36% said they would have left. Among religious Jews only 7% expressed the same wish.

Liberal Orthodox Rabbis Object to Co-Ed IDF Service

'There are several co-ed combat units in the military where we have been unable to find solutions to the close proximity problem, which is why we rule that [religious Jews] may not serve there.'
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Police Block Haredi Attempts to Disrupt Jerusalem Marathon

Shadrack Kipkosgei, 25, from Kenya, won the Jerusalem Marathon in 2:16:33.

Bennett, Liberman Spar Over Rabbi’s Remarks on Women Combat Soldiers

Liberman wrote in his letter about the female soldiers who have fallen in the line of duty in recent years.

Israel Rocks Shushan Purim in Jerusalem and Walled Cities!

During the day expect to see LOTS of costumes and happy faces in Jerusalem, especially around Safra Square, the biggest Purim street fair in the country.

Knesset Gives Preliminary Approval to Religious Sanctions on Recalcitrant Husbands in Prison

'The bill is intended to authorize the rabbinical courts to levy these limits on get refusers sitting in prison, in order to persuade them to release their wives from the chains of their Aguna status.'

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