Kerry can like it or not, but sooner or later he has to deal with the issue of the Temple Mount.
The law commemorating the destruction of Jewish life in Gaza by Israel's government yields heartfelt responses from Israeli official and schools on Gush Katif day.
Yitzchak Tshuva expressed regret that the gas flow's arrival into Israel was being presented as having desecrated the Shabbat or the Pesach Holiday.
If Arabs riot when the Knesset only talks about Jews praying on the Temple Mount, Kerry can kiss goodbye to his framework.
"Reform Jews in the US don’t have a single mikvah. All of a sudden they need a mikvah over here?"
"Today this affects Women of the Wall but tomorrow it will affect every Israeli and Jew around the world…."
The festival marked the 90th birthday of President Shimon Peres, and the 100th birthday of late Prime Minster Menachem Begin.
"I do exactly as I say: 'I practice what I preach'," Netanyahu said; he holds a weekly Bible study class at his official residence in Jerusalem.
Needless to say, B, who doesn't eat kosher, never mind knows much about the intricate laws of Kashrut, was surprised at the HR decision.
According to the union, the Shabbat protocol will permit landings of already scheduled flights from abroad, but no takeoffs.
Police appeal rejected, women’s prayer does not disturb public order, does not violate the law.
The Supreme Court has ordered Tel Aviv to enforce the law that prohibits stores from operating on the Sabbath. It overruled a February ruling...
The impatient Supreme Court, in its haste to get the numbers on paper, has created needless political battles.
The U.S. concept of separation of church and state means separating Jews from Judaism in Israel.
The only real solution is "to build, to build, to build" in Judea and Samaria.
It appears Ha'aretz is willing to see Israeli high court justices' lives be put in jeopardy just to advance the paper's political ends. So much for tolerance and liberalism.
Haredi youth have no excuse to dodge the draft, unless they really don’t want to learn Torah.
It's a step in the right direction. Now let's take the next, obvious step and eliminate it altogether.
So far, Meir Kahane's great grandson, Netzach Binyamin, who is two months old, has not been served with a Ya'alon administrative detention writ.
Netanyahu demands that that Mahmoud Abbas recognize Israel as a Jewish state, but if it wants foreign journalists to do so, perhaps it should not call Rosh HaShanah-Yom Kippur-Sukkot “autumn holidays.”
"The visit constitutes a recognition of congregations that are dangerous to the future of the Jewish nation.”
On Saturday night, Tisha B'Av 5772, some 50 men, women and children, members of the settlement nucleus of Yad Yair, together with the Benjamin Settlers Committee and residents of Gush Talmonim, mourned the destruction of Jerusalem, and shared their private grief over the destruction of their settlement more than three years ago by the Civil Administration of Judea and Samaria.
Meanwhile, Rabbi Amihai Eliahu is accusing the entities behind the move of attempting to cleanse the IDF of its religious warriors.
This is such a cultural fruit salad, with lady priests, Vulcans and the Kotel…
They will be joined by MKs Tamara Zandberg and Michal Rozin.