Arabs and Jews were asked would they rather Jerusalem be united or divided...
This issue of ordaining women is not a Charedi versus Modern Orthodox battle. Only the fringe of liberal orthodoxy embraces it; The entire spectrum of Haredi to centrist-Modern rejects it.
Despite all, the ideals of the Founding Fathers and a moral electorate live on in those individuals seeking to strive for a better world through personal freedom based on biblical roots.
Today is Jerusalem Day, marking 49 years since the divided city, torn in two by Jordanian occupation, finally became reunited.
Former Labor and Kadima Party minister Haim Ramon says he has a plan to end Israel's problems, called "Saving Jewish Jerusalem."
The Rabbis are not sharing Big Ideas, they're arguing about nothing more than the plain meaning of the verse.
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