Israel has one life support. It starts with Yom Kippur.
It should be noted that Brigadier General Fairaizen wears a knitted yarmulke, which constitutes an extremely meaningful change in the IDF's recent attitude regarding Religious Zionism.
The only real solution is "to build, to build, to build" in Judea and Samaria.
The ultimate goal of the prime minister's current policy melange, as always, is political survival.
Orthodox authorities are concerned not only about the proper execution of the halakhic dipping, but also about the push to permit unmarried women to dip, which the rabbis view as an invitation to lechery.
"Any attempt to argue as if I ever admitted such an act is a despicable lie," was Rabbi Elon's initial response to the allegations.
Will the secretary of State understand that the Israeli wine renaissance is taking place in the Shomron region, and therefore we're not letting it go?
The ITIM religious services group is advocating for a change to Israel's mikvah laws that would allow a woman to immerse alone.
The law commemorating the destruction of Jewish life in Gaza by Israel's government yields heartfelt responses from Israeli official and schools on Gush Katif day.
Kariv called the MKs' behavior vulgar and said it undermines the principles of the legislative process, as well as the public and ethical obligations of MKs.
Two years and a few months later, some of the good rabbi's blog post's recommendations have been adopted as policy by the Netanyahu government.
Some Russian-descent students just don’t understand that Israel is a Jewish state, Mahmoud Abbas notwithstanding.
Jewish Home has begun to promote principles previously associated almost exclusively with Yair Lapid's agenda.
“We are not ready to reveal more details yet, but all the materials we have, will be published within the next several weeks,” said Weiss.
The government should "temporarily impose a complete censorship on radio and TV for several months."
Rabbi Avi Weiss is learning the hard way about playing nice with others.
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Supreme Court Justice Elyakim Rubinstein called an appeal to a rabbinic court to withdraw an exceptional-process divorce-get given to an Aguna 'inappropriate.'
IKEA said its Israeli franchise had tried to reach a consumer group and made an error.
Anti-violence protesters rallied in Tel Aviv Saturday night against terror across the country and the PA.
"In five separate polls published last week, we are gaining strength in every poll of right-wing voters.”
Toward early mid-afternoon the tents start popping up on the lawn in the park across from the Cave of Machpela.
"We must end the compulsory draft for men and women, regardless of faith or race. The Army shouldn't be obliged to recruit people whose loyalty it does not trust."
To passersby on Sunday, the crowd had a simple message, one that rings sympathetically to American ears.
The idea of “One Rabbi for One People” sounds lovely, but can Jews really get along with each other if they have nothing to argue about?