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The Knesset Labor and Social Affairs Committee approved an agreement Monday allowing the new benefit.
In her interview, M. was asked, 'What is the blessing of the moon, when is it said, what is the nusach (style) you use?' Except that, according to Jewish law, women are not obligated to keep many of the time-related commandments, which the moon blessing most certainly is.
The greatest insult of the Kerry speech – and there were many – was his line: 'Does anyone here really believe that the settlers will agree to submit to Palestinian law in Palestine?'
'It is inconceivable that we ourselves provide subsidized manpower to organizations that work on behalf of foreign interests, depict Israel as a war criminal, protect mega-terrorists, and slander IDF soldiers.'
At least seven far-Left organizations are currently eligible to receive National Service positions from the government.
The Defense Ministry allocated extra funding for 'Nativ' - Jewish identity education for IDF soldiers.
Pres. Reuven Rivlin called on Israeli Arab families to allow their teens to volunteer for National Service.
The legislation, proposed by MK Yoav Kisch (Likud), seeks to protect Israeli minorities who voluntarily serve in the IDF and suffer from increasing incitements against them.
Shlomit Krigman, hy'd, 23, was performing her National Service when she was attacked by Arab terrorists.
The UN's Schabes report against Israel relied heavily on reports and testimony from leftwing Israeli NGOs.
No danger of the Jews becoming a minority in the combined area of Judea, Samaria and the pre-1967 Israel.
The IDF wants more Religious-Zionist girls to sign up, and is planning on taking steps to make the IDF more attractive for them.
Chabad emissaries would share the same status as those who do national service.
Ravivi was enraged: "It's unacceptable that we're the leaders in all the most important statistics, yet, in the end, we find ourselves in the 60th percentile."
The Plesner Committee, tasked with crafting an alternative to the Tal Law for haredi service in Israel, is reportedly drafting a proposal which would defer the enlistment of haredi men till age 22, offer financial incentives to yeshivot that have younger enlistment rates, and begin to levy economic sanctions on haredim who don't enlist by age 23.
The bill would have the greatest impact on the Arab and ultra-Orthodox communities.