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As soon as they became public, those railroad projects turned into a ticking bomb.
About 9,000 Haredi couples get married each year in Israel, and their inability to come up with the down payment for their own home forces them to waste years worth of income on rent.
The curriculum at Nezer HaKodesh will include courses on the Temple service, theory and practice and the role and application of modern technology in the Third Temple.
The young men "shared" their lives on Facebook, proving they were not living Chareidi lives, as they had claimed to the IDF.
Mugaga Treva, 4, is the son of Nantabo Esther, a member of Namanyonyi Synagogue, one of the Abayudaya Synagogues in Uganda.
The elimination of the obligation to teach core curriculum subjects will not result in reducing the budgets of Haredi yeshivas who pass on the extra material.
"I very quickly abandoned the ambition to achieve only rabbinic expertise, and moved on to the more important initiative of promoting you as creative scholars, with integrity, sensitivity and courage."
All the missing positions on the Supreme Rabbinical Court must be filled by Thursday this week, or else the court would cease to operate.
Rivlin told the New York UJA Federation," We are all one family" and made it a point to refer to a Consrvative leader as a rabbi.
Her husband is Jewish and she converted before they were married in June, while she was pregnant.
An Islamist terrorist attacked a rabbi and a Jewish congregant in Marseilles on Friday.
YouTube videos feature Sondik on the street singing Chassidic style tunes.
The activists turned over crates full of chickens, sprayed the birds with water, and even stole some of them.
In the race to dominate the Jewish community in America, the Orthodox are miles ahead of everyone else...
Torah sages surrendered to the High Court's ruling that a "Deputy Minister" cannot act as Minister.
Rabbi Mike Feuer joins Yishai to talk about the weekly Torah portion. They talk about the significance of the Jewish people having at least three names. They also wonder why so many Jews forget the astounding investment our people have made to keep our nation Jewish.
Mideast expert Mordechai Kedar joins Yishai to talk about some odd political developments and alliances in the region. Dr. Kedar, research associate at the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies and lecturer in the department of Arabic at Bar-Ilan University, offers his insights about Russia’s talks with Syria, Israel’s and Hezbollah’s shared interest in stopping ISIS and the nuclear deal’s unexpectedly negative ramifications for Iran.
Hasidic blues musician Lazer Lloyd shares his spiritual journey and meditative music with Yishai. Lloyd tells of playing for the most varied of audiences and feeling the connection we all share, before explaining what he sees as the united trifecta of blues music, hasidism and Israel. He plays three original songs in-studio: “Back Porch,” “Rocking in the Holy Land” and “My Own Blues.”
Conservative minister of the Canadian Parliament Peter Kent tells Yishai why his country will not agree to lift Iranian sanctions. Kent, chair of the House of Commons Standing Committee on National Defense, explains that, unlike the United States, Canada demands to see true reform within the Islamic Republic before making concessions. This unwavering position places Canada as a leader against turning a blind eye to terrorism.
JPost op-ed editor Seth Frantzman talks to Yishai about the prosecution of an IDF officer who ordered the shelling of a terror position. They wonder whether Israel is doing this in order to show the world that “we prosecute our own,” so it won’t have to, and discuss the phenomenon of Israeli self-blame.
A new cyber defense program has opened for the first time at an Israeli pre-army yeshiva.
He refuses to consider Reform Jews as "Jews" but "welcomes them with love and joy" to be just like him.
Chief Sephardi Rabbi: "'God has not made me a woman,' not like someone from Efrat who comes up with all kinds of new ideas, makes news and and wages wars."
Israel's Chief Ashkenazi Rabbi David Lau says there is "no intention" to dismiss Efrat Chief Rabbi Shlomo Riskin.