It should be noted that Brigadier General Fairaizen wears a knitted yarmulke, which constitutes an extremely meaningful change in the IDF's recent attitude regarding Religious Zionism.
"Expanding our knowledge of languages opens up doors to understanding and contributes to an collaborative atmosphere."
Leftists are scared out of their pants by the success of religious soldiers in fighting for their country.
The new EU directive, effective Friday, demands that all deals with Israel exclude disputed territories.
MK Zehava Galon (Meretz) said Breaking the Silence is a "patriotic organization" and that those who object to it want a 'paranoid education system that does not deal with criticism.'
Kulanu head Kahlon became 'kingmaker' in Israel, casting the deciding vote for PM Netanyahu to form the next government.
"This police harassment over Torah publications is reminiscent of the darkest regimes we have experienced in our history."
Temple Mount activist Rabbi Yehuda Glick talks peace in Istanbul with a state official and on A9TV with Islamic scholar Adnan Oktar.
"Showing the youth that they can make a true difference even with limited time, is of utmost importance in empowering the future generation."
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.
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.
Sometimes the best way to honor and hold the memory of a departed soul is through building or planting new life. And so it was at Oz veGaon.
Four arrested in crackdown on anti-assimilation group Lehava.
The IDF has announced it will begin to offer Israeli Christians the chance to enlist in Israel’s army.
The Hareidi politicians agreed to not protest the country club after the mayor agreed to move it. So much for agreements.
"She could not recall her children's names. We called the police and they took her for questioning. It turned out this was her second vote."
Shira's father said that "such a clear, strong, firm, and public official statement calling for moderation, tolerance, and acceptance of others is something that the State of Israel needs today maybe more than anything."
This story would be difficult to comprehend by readers who enjoy the benefits of the First, Second and Fourth Amendments.
On Saturday night, Rav Ovadia attacked the Jewish Home party saying it was not the home of Jews but of goyim.
We have grown accustomed to these letters being directed at Haredi women. Now, surprisingly, this letter is addressed specifically to the men.
“He was very quiet while running between marchers and stabbing them, not hollering like you would imagine.”
The incident follows new rules adopted by the IDF which require submitting requests for growing beards to HR, rather than the military rabbinate.
“The meaning of Yom Kippur takes on an added significance when we think of all the rockets that were fired and the people who were saved by miracles this summer.
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.
"In the last few days I've heard that residents are afraid to leave the house and that's exactly what the Terror wants: that we'll be afraid, that we won't leave the house, that we'll lose our normal lives.