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Rabbi Avraham Yosef was convicted of violating the public trust for allegedly using his position as chief rabbi of Holon to further the interests of a family-run kosher certification organization.
Orthodox parties are working on new legislation to protect the Sabbath in Israel.
The public is asked to pray for the recovery of Aharon Yehuda Leib ben Gittel Feiga, b’toch sha’ar cholei Am Yisroel.
Shas Interior Minister Aryeh Deri wants to convene the UN Security Council on the fall of Aleppo.
Minister Deri pulls citizenship granted to a Gazan married to Israeli Arab after he plots to kidnap and kill an Israeli soldier.
Amsalem suggested that the clash over the railroad works over the past two Shabbat days was mostly about politics.
The rightwing parties could possibly combine their numbers to boycott either Kahlon or Lapid, or both, from the future coalition government.
Finance Committee Chairman Gafni (UTJ) said "with all due respect to the Finance Ministry and talks of reform, in practice the prices have not gone down."
Secular Israeli Jews are sending their children to less costly religious camps this year.
Bennett said on Tuesday morning that "the State of Israel must not pay reparations to terrorists who tried to harm the IDF."
The ban will hold for at least one month and may be extended to as long as six months.
Last week, a Knesset committee debated a bill proposed by two ultra-Orthodox coalition partners determining that use of public mikvahs will be conducted strictly according to halakha.
Interior Minister Arye Deri is starting the process to revoke the citizenship of an Arab terrorist who tried to kill four people in a vehicle ram-and-stab attack near Hadera.
"I'm sure that if Maimonides, or Rabbi Yosef Karo lived today, they would say: We never wrote our codifications for a time when the State of Israel would be established."
All the missing positions on the Supreme Rabbinical Court must be filled by Thursday this week, or else the court would cease to operate.
Netanyahu's nominee for media adviser wrote last year that Rav Ovadia "damaged the country and the people he tried to help."
The terrorist was from a Northern Negev city that used to be relatively pro-Israel and even voted for the Shas Hareidi religious party.
A court order overruling Deri's "stop work" decision allows Israel Railways to continue maintenance and construction work on Shabbat.