Baharav Miara’s latest warpath during a war * cracks in Netanyahu’s coalition wall * Haredim change from militant to military * Rabbi Yochanan and the draft.
"This is Command, we are forbidden to say Shema Israel in the mosque, therefore we will destroy the mosque while saying Shema Israel."
"The choice is in your hands. You will not defeat God's word with your judgment, you have no chance."
"We must control Gaza for a long time, and we will not be able to maintain our control there without re-establishing the settlements."
"We left Gaza – we got a war."
Despite Netanyahu’s recent support for voluntary migration, the official Israeli government’s line on the subject rejects the idea.
Over the past year, the religious-Zionist movement and the settlements have been attacked, slandered, bullied, and even beaten.
Sergeant Ephraim Yechman, 21, from Neve Daniel, fell in battle Tuesday night in the northern Gaza Strip. He was the eighth student of the...
"The two states for two peoples is a delusion.”
“There is nothing wrong in reciting the Shema Israel, it raised our spirits and empowered us during a long and intensive operation."
"The struggle must be turned into a political struggle to eliminate these scums."
Reading this editorial was like running into Shikma Bressler in a dark alley and she was waving half a dozen flags and a megaphone.
Only 6% believe that it is acceptable to interrupt or prevent prayer in the public space on any occasion.
Some may not like it, but none of his teachings is without a solid foundation in classical, mainstream Jewish tradition.
“I told them – you don’t mean the judicial reform, nor anything similar to that, you are waging a religious war against us.”
The decision came after anarchist protesters forcefully prevented Rosh Yehudi, an outreach group, from holding a public Yom Kippur service.
Protest leader Shikma Bressler was upset. Some group dared to splash the entire side of a building in Tel Aviv with a gigantic ad...
Only Ben Gvir can turn a fledgling movement of secular Israelis who are curious about their tradition into a train wreck of monumental proportions.
"On one side is Ben Gvir, on the other side Ehud Barak and his emissaries. In the middle, there is an entire nation that’s simply fed up with extremism."
You know, the Internet has a very long memory.
Those oxymoronic statements belong to morons who do not understand the meaning of the term “liberalism.”
“One protester positioned herself behind a very elderly woman in a wheelchair who came with her Filipino nurse."
It remains to be seen whether the anarchists will be brazen enough to crash the public prayer service.
Believe it or not, this story has a happy ending. Ben Uliel may be removed from solitary confinement to the religious ward.
Needless to say, none of Israel’s mainstream media outlets even mentioned the event.
“I say to the dear Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, we have no mandate not to address and change the conditions of the terrorists."
Inevitably, the argument demanding sharing the “equal burden” becomes mixed with revolting expressions of antisemitism.
"Not understand them, not contain them and not anything else. We expect the IDF to take action.”
“Do us one favor, and instead of writing lousy tweets inviting yourself to give a speech, shut your mouth and keyboard."
The Haredi factions in Netanyahu’s coalition government have begun to recalculate their route to try and come up with a better IDF draft bill,...