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Haredi Minister Demands Anti-Reform Law, Threatens Coalition Breakup

MK Bezalel Smotrich (Habayit Hayehudi) on Thursday night tweeted that he would ask his faction to join the Haredi ultimatum to Netanyahu.

Survey: Half of Evacuees Believe They’ll Return to Gush Katif

A third of the evacuees still live in temporary housing, 14% are unemployed and a third still see themselves as Gush Katif residents.

IDF Soldiers Clean Up Desecrated Hebron Monument

During a Passover tour, participants were shocked to see the monument of Joshua Salome desecrated with black spray paint.

Chief of Staff’s Mom: I Wish He Had Been a Rabbi

Israel gets a mensch for Chief of Staff along with a Yiddishe Mama.

Army Radio Poll: Netanyahu Down to 25, Bennett Up to 16

In terms of political affiliation, the Knesset factions would have experienced a serious tilt to the right were the elections held this week.

IDF Soldiers Who Beat Up Arab Terrorists Punished

Colonel Hazut on Friday sentenced another soldier from the Netzah Yehuda battalion to 21 days in prison for his role in the "hate wedding" video.

Israel Counter-Terror Bureau Nixes Travel to Tunisia

Israel's Counter-Terrorism Bureau is warning citizens not to travel to Tunisia, especially during Lag B'Omer.

IDF to Outsource Kashrut Supervision

Over the past few weeks, IDF Chief of Staff Maj. Gen. Gadi Eizenkot has been systematically curtailing the authority of the Military Rabbinate.

Rabbi Pinto to Start Prison Sentence as Supreme Court Denies Appeal

Justice Mazuz said the sentence imposed on Pinto is the necessary minimum based on the appellant's actions.

Daughter of Martyred Har Nof Rabbi Chaim Yechiel Rothman z’l Speaks About Loss

The daughter of a rabbi murdered by Arab terrorists at a Jerusalem synagogue shares her loss, love and pain.

Thousands Mark Passing of Biblical Matriarch Rachel

The passing of Rachel is marked on the 11th day in the Hebrew month of Heshvan on the Jewish calendar.

Everything You Wanted to Know About the Shabbat Train Coalition Crisis – and Weren’t...

As soon as they became public, those railroad projects turned into a ticking bomb.

Ministerial Legislation Committee Approves Law Removing Reform from Mikvah

The Gafni bill is intended to bypass a Supreme Court ruling that allowed Reform and Conservative converts to dip in state run mikvahs.

More Religious Jewish Women Serving in the IDF Than Ever Before

It is absolutely critical that religious Jewish girls have a support network throughout their IDF service.

Victim of Scientology Recites his Plight as Church’s New Tel-Aviv Center Is Inaugurated

The new, renovated Scientology Center opened in Tel Aviv. IDF Radio interviewed a man who said his family fell apart when his wife joined the Church of Scientology.

Haredi MK Eichler Calls Supreme Court ‘Evil Empire’

The MK also compared the maneuvering of the high court to the way the Bolsheviks took over Russia in 1917.

8 Years too Late, ‘Cursing Policeman’ Major General Shaham Fired

It wasn't just the idea of a high ranking police officer ordering his men to be ruthless against Jewish civilians, it was also Shahar's lowbrow language, replete with curses.

Beitar Jerusalem Announces Shabbat Ban on Soccer Games

The Beitar Jerusalem soccer team announced that it will stop playing on Shabbat in order to allow its religious and traditional fans to attend...

Rivlin Tells Bnei Akiva, ‘We Must Not Let This Happen Again’

Israeli Pres. Rivlin expresses deep concern after vandals torch a Bnei Akiva building and synagogue in northern Israel.

Tzohar Rabbis Recall the Breaking of a Heifer’s Neck, Atoning for a Disturbing Death

Tzohar Chairman Rabbi David Stav arrived Thursday morning with a minyan of Rabbis near the entrance to Kibbutz HaZore'a, where they conducted a prayer, calling on everyone to take greater care when driving, and protesting the deep moral offense of a hit-and-run driver who left a young female soldier for dead.

TIME Lists Yair Lapid as One of Top 100 Influential Leaders

Yair Lapid is handsome, charismatic and ego-centric, all that takes to become a political leader and for TIME Magazine to rate him as one of the world’s top 100 influential people in the world.

Israel Police Banned Me from the Temple Mount on Vague Charges

Temple Mount Institute official and professional tour guide Yehuda Glick, an American, sent us his version of events as of last Thursday.

EU: If Deal Fails We’ll Boycott Israel, But We’re Not One-Sided

The ambassador did not state what would happen if the talks fail over something else?

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