Israel's new government has approved a five-year plan to upgrade and develop the area around the Western Wall.
in their statement, the rabbinate promised to maintain the high quality of their supervision, despite the transfer of authority from the heavens down to earth.
Minister Uri Orbach, z'l, was eulogized by PM Netanyahu at the cabinet meeting. "We loved him tremendously."
Not really Sundays, but 6 long weekends a year.
We have grown accustomed to these letters being directed at Haredi women. Now, surprisingly, this letter is addressed specifically to the men.
The new government will be much smaller than the last one.
JERUSALEM – As tens of thousands of Jews jammed Jerusalem’s Western Wall Plaza on Tisha B’Av to mourn the destruction of the First and Second Temples, leading rabbinical and political figures from Israel’s national religious and haredi streams found themselves embroiled in a war of words over a number of issues that in some instances spurred violent street clashes.
On those few days when Jews were allowed to go up to the Mount, they suffered constant abuse by the Muslims and by the police.
For now, nobody is pushing the 2-state thing. Maybe wait until after the Russian occupation…
Leader of a group behind the lawsuit says the political pressure forces the government to ignore basic subjects such as math, English and computers.
You would think Minister of Science and Technology Yaakov Perry would understand that releasing terrorists insults bereaved families.
In Syria and Lebanon as well, the IDF created a quagmire for both President Bashar Assad and for Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah.
The mixed battalions will be relocated to their own boot camp base, apart from the rest of the infantry's training facilities.
The "difficulties" came in the form of both ultra-Orthodox parties in Netnayahu's coalition who declared their absolute objection to any official recognition of any Reform presence.
Israeli Pres. Rivlin expresses deep concern after vandals torch a Bnei Akiva building and synagogue in northern Israel.
The 78 year old who took part in the liberation of Temple Mount in 1967 is banned from entering the holiest Jewish site by Israeli Police, who say he will face charges.
Nearly two dozen international members of parliament will arrive in Jerusalem to celebrate its liberation at a conference during Sukkot.
Prime Minister Netanyahu is functioning as an agent of U.S. foreign policy and Palestinian expansion.
"I, Yaakov Litzman, pledge…to be faithful to the government of Israel and to its laws."
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.
Israeli tourists have found a new "paradise" to replace Turkey -- they now flock to Tbilisi, Georgia, where kosher options are growing.
It is obvious that police are terrified of a repeat of the Jerusalem parade murder, where they allowed near the parade a known violent attacker of gays.
As far as the half million Israelis living in Judea and Samaria—most of whom are Jewish Home voters—the referendum bill leaves them in the cold.
The IDF has confirmed in a letter to Yad L'Achim that soldiers will not be taken to missionary events.
An IDF soldier is hit in the face, his glasses shattered by metal balls fired by Arab terrorists.