Netanyahu falsely accused Bennett of signing a coalition agreement that returns more power to Hareidim.
The Gafni bill is intended to bypass a Supreme Court ruling that allowed Reform and Conservative converts to dip in state run mikvahs.
Jewish Home MK Orit struk says Nitzan is known for his hostility to Jewish life in Judea and Samaria.
When the PM shook hands with the newcomer at the end of the Knesset Likud faction's first meeting of the spring session, he blurted, "Yehuda, it's the last time you're doing this to me."
Tel Aviv was named the world's number one gay city by an American Airlines and GayCities.com survey of gay travelers.
The project shows homemakers how the body requires different energies at different hours for maximum productivity.
The incident follows new rules adopted by the IDF which require submitting requests for growing beards to HR, rather than the military rabbinate.
The IDF has announced it will begin to offer Israeli Christians the chance to enlist in Israel’s army.
Meretz leader Zahav Gal-On wants to deport Uri Ariel before he deports cats rather than violate Jewish law by castrating them.
Toward early mid-afternoon the tents start popping up on the lawn in the park across from the Cave of Machpela.
One of the paratroopers in attendance announced that, after they had liberated the Kotel, everyone was welcome to pray there.
You would think Minister of Science and Technology Yaakov Perry would understand that releasing terrorists insults bereaved families.
The Sanz-Klausenberger Rebbe sees no difference between Nazi depictions of Jews as contaminators of German blood and the Israeli Media view of Haredim as freeloaders.
The Haredi rabbis referred to "stupid" statements by senior officials in government and the military which, they said, dishonor the nation of Israel and the IDF soldiers.
The Movement for the Jewish State says IDF Spokesperson Moti Almoz is inappropriate to head the army's human resources division.
It was that kind of a parliamentary confrontation, stormy, angry, and deliciously witty.
Israel's baseball team won the World Baseball Classic qualifier against Great Britain to advance to the championship.
The chain offers its year-round condiments, declaring that they are not kosher for Passover, and letting the customer decide whether or not to use them.
“I hear a lot of ‘Way to go!’ and ‘Happy holiday’ from most people."
Chairman of the Beitar Jerusalem soccer club Itzik Kornfein said in an interview to Israel TV's sports channel that a number of Haredi businessmen have expressed their desire to invest money in his team, on one condition: that Beitar would not play on Shabbat.
Resistance to integrating Haredim into the coalition came from an unexpected source.
The Zionist Federation in Sweden held its fifth annual rally under the theme, 'Taking Back Zionism.'
They had to use a magnifying glass to read the letters.
Stone throwing attacks against Jews continue, this time taking place at Rachel's Tomb.
In Syria and Lebanon as well, the IDF created a quagmire for both President Bashar Assad and for Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah.
By noon Wednesday, Israeli forces were demolishing two buildings in Beit El.
"This discrimination inside the military cemeteries shames all of us."
A court order overruling Deri's "stop work" decision allows Israel Railways to continue maintenance and construction work on Shabbat.
"Rav Ovadia is willing to lose both chief rabbis" and not collaborate with those who "stuck a knife in our back."
Israel Police are watching with extra vigilance as Israelis and tourists stream through Jerusalem's Old City to pray at the Western Wall on Jerusalem Day.