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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.
Shas Minister Aryeh Deri ordered a halt to working on Shabbat on the Tel Aviv-Jerusalem train line and Israel Railways claims it will delay it for 2 years.
The union of Israeli soccer players asked a labor court in Tel Aviv to suspend soccer games on Shabbat, because they’ve been conducted illegally. Only Shas can bring back the game.
The Knesset approved part of the natural gas framework Monday by a 59-51 vote after two years of constant threats by natural gas companies...
Israel's government is gambling with a Knesset vote in hopes of finding a way past the latest obstacle in the gas deal drama.
Deri threatened that should the issue of zero VAT on essential products not be resolved by the following voting round, his party, Shas, would oppose the budget.
Torah sages surrendered to the High Court's ruling that a "Deputy Minister" cannot act as Minister.
He refuses to consider Reform Jews as "Jews" but "welcomes them with love and joy" to be just like him.
Netanyahu falsely accused Bennett of signing a coalition agreement that returns more power to Hareidim.
The Chief Rabbinate will invite Rabbi Riskin for a hearing on whether to extend his term, ostensibly because of his age but possibly because of his views on conversion.
A Likud source said the new proposal made to Bennett was "rich and fair." It's about time.
Netanyahu is short-changing Bayit Yehudi. But is Bayit Yehudi tough enough to take advantage of Liberman's sudden exit?
Avigdor Liberman, unhappy with the coalition talks dropped a political bombshell today.
"High noon" is 8 p.m. Wednesday. New elections, anyone?