"It was "a terrifying experience for the young victims who were targeted in this unprovoked anti-Semitic attack."
Hurricane Harvey flooded two of the few main supermarkets carrying kosher food and caused the other two to shut down as well—one has been turned into a shelter by authorities—and supplies are now beginning to run low.
The members of the Conservative, Reform, Women of the Wall, and other non-Orthodox groups tell the high court that, as is always the case in real estate, they can no longer accept the devaluation of their share in the ancient relic on account of reduced exposure to street traffic, or, you guessed it: location, location, location.
The sellers claim the building is dilapidated; the congregants vehemently deny the charge, saying it's not true.
Aryeh Deri was convicted of taking $155,000 in bribes while serving as Interior Minister, and was given a three-year jail sentence in 2000.
One must make prior arrangements with the IDF and security forces in order to access the Tomb of Joshua, due to its location.
"It would have been great if this issue had been resolved amicably between the sides rather than by the court."
If Jews had the ability to ignore religious provocation when they saw one, we'd still have the Second Temple, if not the First.
The quality of Israel’s education has improved over past two decades, and yet Israel is near the bottom of the developed world, its 8th graders get correct answers on only half their math questions, Israel’s weakest students are also the weakest in the developed world, and Israel’s top students rank only in the bottom third of the developed world.
"We must make sure that the punishment for incidents such as these will serve as deterrents for those who still harbor the germ of anti-Semitism."
The property was inherited by several family members, and there allegedly is a question about the authorization of the person who sold it.
Mr. Kristal made sweets to thank the Russians who liberated him from the death camp, and later opened a candy shop in Haifa.
"Even the non-Jewish farmers admit it’s all in God’s hands. They may have a surprise, and a new crop may soon have beautiful, clean Esrogim."
Yedioth quotes MK Maklev as saying that at the current situation the IEC incurs a 15% loss in serving Haredi customers, and perhaps using that amount to offset the regular loss would eventually benefit everybody.
The housing project is slated to produce 1,000 new homes, according to the city’s spokesperson.
Jordanian police confiscated tefillin, talitot, kipot, and prayer books, and even forbade prayer in their hotel rooms.
The police closed the Temple Mount this morning to all Jews because two Jewish visitors supposedly broke the rules.
Three years ago the rabbi immigrated to Israel, making his home in Jerusalem.
The Paratroopers Brigade is considered one of the IDF’s elite units.
Police found the "finger" of hashish in the man's possession after stopping him at the corner of Sokolov and Jabotinsky streets in Bnei Brak.
The state of mind of a husband who signed the Tzohar prenuptial agreement may be affected by the financial consequences to the point where his get may not be given in a purely voluntary manner.
The list was prepared by Rabbi Itamar Touboul, who is in charge of determining whether individuals born abroad and registered to wed in Israel are considered a Jewish.
According to Diardio de Chiapas, Helbrans' group of about 40 ultra-Orthodox Jewish families entered Chiapas three weeks ago legally from Guatemala, after having been expelled.
'Most of the Jews in the United States, even those who come to Temple once in fifty years, or those that don’t come at all, are not Reform, and the Reform movement does not represent them.'
The Hackney Council estimates there are at least 30 unregistered Haredi schools – a figure which local ultra-Orthodox sources suggests is inflated.