Tzohar’s Rabbi Cherlow: Ultimately, Decision on Abortion Is Up to the Parents

"Therefore, in principle, it can be said that if a legislation has been enacted that denies an abortion in any situation, at any stage of gestation, it is not the accepted halachic practice regarding abortion."

Eurovision Mega-Festival Fizzed Out, But We Hear Great Things about Lag B’Omer

On Sunday morning, Ha'aretz ran an op-ed calling for the cancellation of Lag B'Omer.

Justice Stein Rejects Prosecution’s Appeal, Releases Minor Suspect in Arab Woman’s Murder

Justice Stein ordered that the minor be released under conditions determined by the District Court: house arrest under electronic controls, the signatures of two guarantors, and a 35,000 shekel (roughly $10,000) bail in cash.

Netanyahu May Settle for Minority Government over Conflict between Liberman, the Haredim

It means that at any point Liberman could join the rest of the opposition in toppling the Likud government.

Smotrich: Justice Barak Stole Our Democracy, We’re Just Taking It Back

The revolution in the judicial system planned by the Likud and the Rightwing Union is discussed in a document that includes 16 different articles, entitled "Governance and the Law."

Rightwing Union: Netanyahu Suspiciously Split on Sovereignty Vs. Disengagement

Clearly, Netanyahu is not willing to give up the option of evicting Jewish settlers from their homes in Judea and Samaria, especially those living in the remote outposts.

Minor’s Attorney, Shin Bet, Clash over Conflicting Versions of Duma Plea Deal

The Shin Bet statement quite clearly either contradicts the earlier version of events as reported in the Israeli press, or alters the components of the story to produce a new, possibly misleading version.

Duma Arson-Murder Case: Shin Bet’s Tortured Minor Victim Absolved of Murder

On the week following the arson in Duma, President Reuven Rivlin took a firm position against the arsonists, declaring: “My people have chosen terror.” He did so without an ounce of proof and should apologize.

Haredi Parties Offer Liberman Compromise on IDF Draft law

In addition, the Haredim want to pass a constitutional-level Basic Law: The Value of Torah Study.

Former Meretz Minister: The ‘Palestinians’ Destroyed Israel’s Left

Prof. Rubinstein is aghast at last week's election, which he sees as "a continuing shift away from secular Zionism toward religious Judaism."

IDF Kills Project Mixing Men and Women in Tanks

"A tank shell weighs 25 kilograms and women are not allowed to carry weight over 15 kilograms for fear of Uterine prolapse."

Liberman Vs. Haredim on IDF Draft Threatens Netanyahu’s Coalition Building Efforts

With his 5 Knesset seats, Liberman could make life difficult for a Netanyahu 60-seat coalition, should he join forces with the 55-seat opposition, which includes two Arab parties.

Huge Netanyahu Victory, Israeli Left Trashed, Orthodox Judaism Rules

Never before have Orthodox Jews been deposited with this much power and responsibility to do good and show secular Israeli Jews the power and beauty of our Torah.
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Otzma Yehudit Activists Block Kerem Shalom Crossing on First Day of Gaza ‘Understandings’

During the operation, one of the truck drivers tried to attack the activists with a knife.

Bennett to Skip AIPAC Conference

This might be a good place to note that Naftali Bennett is Israel's Minister for Diaspora Affairs. We think AIPAC's got a whole lot of Diaspora under its belt.

Smotrich Compares Supreme Court to Iran’s Supreme Council

MK Bezalel Samotrich tweeted: "Israel will not be Iran."

High Court Disqualifies Ben Ari, Approves Anti-Zionist Arab Parties, Cassif

"Ofer Cassif, Tibi and Zoabi, supporters of terrorism every one, are in, but Ben Ari, a Zionist Jew whose sons serve in the IDF, is out."

Ben Ari Claims Reform’s Appeal for his Disqualification Chock Full of Willful Distortions

The right-wing parties union is preparing to launch a huge protest in the event that the court reverses the Knesset's decision.

Feiglin’s Haredi No. 2 Speaks Up: Not Crazy about Weed, LGBT

The state must keep Shabbat according to Halacha. But but there can be private initiatives of public transportation on Shabbat.

Myriad Haredim Clash with Reform, Women of the Wall, on Rosh Chodesh Adar

WOW demanded the use of the PA system. Needless to say, the request – which was tantamount to asking firefighters for a light – was rejected by Rabbi Rabinovitch.

Delegation of Neturei Karta & Son of IDF General Snubbed by Ilhan Omar

Omar's communications director and strategist said Ilhan "did not and has no plans to" meet with her uninvited guests.

Regardless of Results, Fight Over Expelling Otzma Candidate Likely to Reach High Court

Meanwhile, Attorney Ben Gvir filed a 500,000 shekel ($138,000) defamation lawsuit against MK Stav Shafir (Labor), for calling the members of Jewish Power "Nazis."

New Right, Habayit Hayehudi, Launch Desperate Effort to Vilify Feiglin

Zehut's recent rise in the polls is a source of anxiety for its right-wing competitors, uniting them in taking desperate measures against one of their own

Lod’s Religious Mayor: Next Interior Minister Must Not Be Haredi

"I very much hope that the next interior minister will be from the Likud and not from there (the Haredi parties)."

Haredi Court Furious at Drumming Bride Fiasco

Several holy Jews who watched the video of the harmless event online alerted to Badatz, the kashrut supervision department of the Eda Haredit, which supervises the wedding hall.

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