Vishnitz Chassidim and their children attend an event for the upcoming Jewish holiday of Simchat Torah, in Bnei Brak on October 12, 2014. They're...
A Haredi yeshiva in Bnei Brak has become the city's first Torah institution to install a solar electricity system.
According to the Behadrei Haredim website,...
On Sunday night, Haredi Rabbis and Jews from Bnei Brak took part in a Yom HaZikaron (Memorial Day) ceremony for fallen soldiers.
The terrorist told police he wanted to take revenge on Israel.
Pascal’s famous wager was that it makes sense to bet on God.
A new poll conducted by Israel's Ministry of Public Security in order to determine the effectiveness of urban policing programs in 13 different Israeli...
This law not so much about getting Haredim into the army in the near future, as it is about immediately permitting Haredim into the legal workforce, thus breaking the cycle of poverty.
The fault lies in the attitudes fostered in the societies that produce these animals.
Police have arrested a 22-year-old Bnei Brak resident in connection with an arson and vandalism attack on the Latrun monastery last September that drew...
Lapid’s sounds like Bibi on the “peace process.” He has no trouble raising a regressive tax that hurts the middle class. But give the Haredim a break from the draft? Not in this government. We’ll see.
"If we were able to establish Bnei Brak, Elad Modi'in Ilit, Laniado hospital and Ezer M'Zion, we will also succeed in setting up an electric company, roads, and whatever else is required."
No one wants Hareidim moving into their neighborhood. But no one is letting them build all-Hareidi communities either.
In times of trouble like these, it behooves us to remember a phrase made popular in song after the attack in Pearl Harbor during World War II. A phrase that speaks to Hishtadlus: Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition.
For Appearance’s Sake
‘Moving Forward At The Word Of G-d’
‘If He Did Not Say He Must Repeat’
Pomp And Circumstance
‘Endeavor to See the King’
Kerias Shema Twice At Night?
‘When One Reads Shema’
A Hadran On Shas
Sorrow And Joy
‘Proclaim Your Troubles So That Your Friends Pray For You’
Can’t Have It Both Ways
‘A Minor Who Reaches Maturity’
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