"They abandoned the religious Zionist party at the last-minute, and now in Habayit Hayehudi there is a war of everyone against everyone else, its all empty, and void, and waste."
Daniel Atar: "I support ... tolerant discourse that accepts all streams of Judaism. No one has a monopoly on Judaism."
Religious parties in the coalition refused to back the legislation called the Hareidi Draft Law.
"I cannot judge the moves of the Bedouin mother, but I always wonder how she or others really feel about the Jews."
Qadri was informed the conversion would not be recognized because it was carried out by a rabbi who is independent from the state network of Rabbinate authorities authorized to conduct conversions.
Likud Culture Minister Miri Regev said, however, that Katz made the right decision.
Users who tried to browse through the channel to watch the lessons encountered the message “Account deleted.”
“I call on the public to attend the prayer and to bring umbrellas, because together we will rip open the skies.”
“Loneliness is one of the hardest challenges for elderly Israelis -- sometimes that struggle outweighs the usual daily battle for financial survival."
Members of the so-called "Yerushalmi Faction" has urged yeshiva students not to comply with the draft board.
“Kudos to [Dean Issacharoff's] comrades in his company who refused to remain indifferent and were unwilling to remain silent while he lies."
The average Israeli eats 10 Krembos each season, according to Feldman Ice Cream.
The families of the community opened their homes to the tens of thousands of guests.
The passing of Rachel is marked on the 11th day in the Hebrew month of Heshvan on the Jewish calendar.
The demonstrations were sparked by the arrest of two yeshiva students who refused to appear at the IDF enlistment office.
“I hear a lot of ‘Way to go!’ and ‘Happy holiday’ from most people."
Riskin, 77, transformed the Lincoln Square Synagogue in New York City to become one of the most popular centers of modern Orthodoxy on America’s eastern Seaboard.
The majority of the cases dealt with people who fainted, were dehydrated, or felt severely ill due to the fast.
At issue is the agreement with the city of Bnei Brak that prohibits digging and other work on the Light Rail tracks during the Sabbath and on Yom Kippur.
The attacker burst into tears after he was wrestled to the ground, handcuffed and placed on to a stretcher for transport to a hospital.
A collection of seals, some with ancient Hebrew inscriptions, and other new findings go on public display this week at the annual City of David archaeology conference.
"I do exactly as I say: 'I practice what I preach'," Netanyahu said; he holds a weekly Bible study class at his official residence in Jerusalem.
"It's amazing to see how the rights organizations are concerned only with the side that endangers Israel."
“This is about reducing bureaucracy," said Minister Yisrael Katz.
"In five separate polls published last week, we are gaining strength in every poll of right-wing voters.”