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Hareidi Women Work the Most

The slashing of government child subsidies is one of the primary reasons for the dramatic rise of working Hareidi women.

Shocked Beit Din Tells Philandering Kabbalist to Quit, Following Audio Tape

The Beit Din was shocked when an audio tape exposed how a well-known Kabbalist convinced at least one married woman to have an affair with him.

As Jerusalem Arab Violence Spirals, Jews March Towards Temple Mount

PM Netanyahu vows not to let "extremists and fanatics ignite Jerusalem" as Arab violence spirals and Jewish marchers head for Temple Mount.

Haredim Dominate US Jewish Day School Enrollment

Reform and Conservative day school enrollment is down sharply.

Hundreds of Jews Join Prayers at Beit Ovadia in Shiloach

Several hundred Jews from the Old City streamed into the Yemenite Village of HaShiloach (Silwan) over the Sabbath to pray with new neighbors.

Report: Kiryat Arba Chief Rabbi ‘Settling’ in Jerusalem

Kiryat Arba-Hebron Chief Rabbi Dov Lior is reportedly stepping down and moving to the Jerusalem neighborhood of Beit Orot.

Not So Kosher Shemittah L’Mehadrin

At best, the Hareidim have been eating "Heter Mechira". At worse, they've been eating vegetables grown in sewer water or pesticides from unknown and unsupervised Arabs fields.

Tearful Message from Baby Terror Victim’s Grandfather

“God is trying to wake us up,” said the grandfather.

Haredim Delay Delta Flight because of Mixed Seating

Wouldn’t be a lot easier if fanatic Haredim would simply charter their own planes?

Jews to Double Presence in Old Yemenite Village of Shiloach, Silwan

Jews once thrived in the Shiloach area of old Jerusalem, known also as Silwan. Arabs and British came and drove them out. Now, they have returned.

‘Rickshaw’ Sukkah Makes the Rounds in New York

A “wandering Sukkah” catches up with wandering Jews.

New York, High-End Dealers Cater To Jews Seeking The Perfect Etrog

The “perfect” etrog actually has one big non-Halachic blemish – it is not grown in Israel.

EL Al May Be Violating US Law, NY Lawyer Says

A simple solution for Haredi demands would be separate planes.

The Virgin of Jerusalem

A recent Jerusalem municipal decision regarding a virgin, angered ultra-Orthodox representatives.

40 Graves in Mount of Olives Cemetery Vandalized During Rosh Hashanah

Dozens of Jewish graves and gravestones on the Mount of Olives were desecrated during Rosh HaShanna.

Lev Tahor Sect Trafficked In Human Cargo, Documents Show

Search warrants unsealed in Quebec allege that the Haredi Lev Tahor sect trafficked in human cargo and committed other abuses. The documents also reveal that...

Chabad of Tel Aviv Resumes Shabbat Para Glider Campaign

There are many ways to let Jews know when it's time to light candles for the Sabbath -- in Tel Aviv, Chabad sends a para glider to fly over the beach.

Crown Heights Father, 5 Yr Old Son Attacked in ‘Knock-Out’ Game

A Jewish father and his 5 year old son were attacked in another round of the ‘knockout game’ in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.

Bennett Praises Govt Decision on Gush Etzion in Visit to Yeshiva Mekor Chaim

Minister Bennett praised the government in a visit to Gush Etzion for its decision to answer terror with Jewish expansion.

Tensions with Catholics Force Lev Tahor Out of Guatemala Village

Mixing the Haredi Lev Tahor cult with a bunch of fiercely religious Roman Catholics is a recipe for dynamite.

Funeral Begins from Lakewood Yeshiva Student Aaron Sofer

Sofer, who may have died from dehydration after falling in a ravine while hiking, is being buried in Beit Shemesh.

Echoing Cease-fire, Britain’s Jews and Muslims Call for Peace

In the wake of a 12th Israel-Gaza cease-fire, Britain’s Jews and Muslims have issued a joint call for peace.

No News Is Bad News in Search for Yeshiva Student Aaron Sofer

The case of missing U.S. yeshiva student Aaron Sofer, studying in Israel, remains unsolved after six days.

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