Many Jewish Home MKs reacted with appropriate rage.
Will the Haredi rabbi who prefers U.S. army uniforms to those of IDF on Purim tell U.S. Haredim to fight for Uncle Sam?
Friedman, supposedly a friend of Israel, ends up waving the very same hammer over our heads as Kerry has done in Munich.
The new election date of March 11 was announced by the Ministry of Interior.
The report charged that Livni, Lapid and Perry warnings about impending boycotts became a self-fulfilling prophecy.
Israeli lawmaker David Rotem offered a full apology for reportedly saying the Reform movement “is not Jewish.”
The impatient Supreme Court, in its haste to get the numbers on paper, has created needless political battles.
An Israel Knesset Member got a whack on his tongue for angering the Diaspora.
Haredim could turn hate into love by serving in the army and showing non-religious soldiers the Light of Torah,
The Supreme Court ruling came after several appeals from so called good government groups.
Reform leaders too often make themselves look silly by bending the Bible for their own convenience.
The Israeli Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered the government to cease all funding of yeshivas whose students do not enlist in the IDF. The decision...
MK Chetboun says we're not about to commit suicide because of economic threats.
The difference between Yair Netanyahu and Anthony Weiner and Hillary Clinton is that Israel is a Jewish state.
Remember Life of Brian, where the Judean splinter groups run into each other and start a brawl? You're in for a treat.
The Lehava Organization for the Prevention of Assimilation in the Holy Land appealed to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu Sunday to break up his son...
Dozens of Jerusalem Haredim allegedly hurled rocks on Friday night, after the Sabbath began, at Arab vehicles on Route 1 that bypasses Mea Shearim,...
The IDF wants more Religious-Zionist girls to sign up, and is planning on taking steps to make the IDF more attractive for them.
The ambassador did not state what would happen if the talks fail over something else?
The website concludes that this must be part of a quid pro quo between the airport and the Haredi parties.
It's a step in the right direction. Now let's take the next, obvious step and eliminate it altogether.
It may look sick to some, but it's all I've got.
Even after suffering shocks from a Taser gun, he refused to sign on the administrative order.
Those warnings are not trivial. They're also not all that real.
Hacohen demanded a quick response from the Rabbinate, or he would appeal to the Supreme Court.