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Watch: Hundreds Participate in Hareidi ‘Day of Rage’

The demonstrations were sparked by the arrest of two yeshiva students who refused to appear at the IDF enlistment office.

Bloodthirsty Terrorist Elected Mayor of Hebron

Convicted Palestinian Authority killer Taysir Abu Vesnina, a member of Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah faction, has been elected Mayor of Hebron.

Lapid Freezes Funding for Draft-Delayed Haredim

The Supreme Court ruling came after several appeals from so called good government groups.

Rabbi Auerbach: Army Service Means Eradication of Judaism

Refusing service is "a commandment one must obey even at the cost of their own life."

Exclusive: Grad Lands In Naveh, Near Shocked Yeshiva Students

JewishPress.com received an eye witness account of a Grad missile that landed in Naveh, a mere 100 meters from the Otzem (Atzmona) Premilitary Academy. Shocked...

IDF to Recruit 8,000 Haredim Each Summer

The plan is to stagger their recruitment, to allow IDF manpower officials to study the process.

New Israeli Haredi Consumer Is Savvy, Wielding Purchasing Power of $2.6 Billion

Haredi consumers are not, by and large, part of Israel's social protest movement, but their shopping savvy, it turns out, is evolving constantly.

The Soul of the Stranger

From elected officials to people in the street, from the highly educated secular upper class to yeshiva students to the working poor, numerous Israelis seem to share a lexicon and intellectual framework which denigrates and dehumanizes Africans, belittles their suffering, and trivialized their plight.

Israel’s Supreme Court Dismisses Law Absolving Yeshiva Students from Army

A majority of Israel's Supreme Court judges on Tuesday accepted petitions against the Tal Law, which provides an exemption from military service to yeshiva...

Yair Lapid Laments Possible Tal Law Extension on Facebook

Lapid: "By the 31st of July . . . behind our backs, as always, they will extend the Tal Law again."

Former Mossad Head Weighs In On Tal law

Meir Dagan expresses opposition to the law.

PM Netanyahu: No Five-Year Extension for Tal Law

The law sought to increase the numbers of ultra-Orthodox yeshiva students serving in the IDF.

Bad Old Times

Several readers took issue with the Monitor's statement last week that coverage of Israel by The New York Times, while still problematic on occasion, has improved markedly since Deborah Sontag left the paper's Jerusalem bureau nearly a decade ago.

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