United Hatzalah Delegation Rescues Ukrainian Jewish Man from Christian Burial

"Most of our emergencies are usually focused on saving lives, but we help wherever and whenever we can.”

Defective Chip: RZP MKs Who Know Better Slammed by Leftists and Bibi

Please, don’t mess up anymore, RZP lawmakers. No more idle interviews. You don't have to please anyone, you only have to win.

In Russia, ‘Despite the Situation, Permits Were Given’ for a Public Hanukkah Menorah Lighting

A large crowd of people participated in the joyous celebration, even though it was snowing and freezing cold.

Biden Cites the Talmud at Hanukkah Reception while UN Envoy Equates Jews with Terrorists

Also on hand at the reception was Charlie Cytron-Walker, who saved three hostages from a synagogue.

Court Compels YU to Recognize Gay Club

All the way back in 1970, Rav Yosef Ber Soloveitchik called on Yeshiva University to reverse its “non-sectarian” trend.

Historic First: Women Take Israeli State Exam in Jewish Religious Law

Among the subjects tested were Sabbath laws, marriage and divorce, family purity and mourning.

Zoom Slip Reveals Get-Refuser’s Location, Aguna Wife Goes Free

“The court approached this case with patience and understanding," said Attorney Cohen.

Meet Religious Zionist Simcha Rothman, Ben Gvir’s Moderate Ally

“We want to restore the system through evolution, not revolution.”

Chief Rabbi Lau: Newborn IVF Girl Belongs to Birth Mother

Rabbi Lau acknowledged that there are contrary halakhic opinions.

Tel Aviv Municipality Bans Slaughtering Chickens ON Yom Kippur

The folks at city hall have either never been to a kapparot service, or a Yom Kippur service, or neither.

New Research Project Examines how Shabbat Dinner can Build Social Connections

“There’s a real fraying of society and social connectedness,” says project leader Arielle Levites. “Shabbat dinner, in particular, is often used by Jewish communities as a tool for fostering connection and community.”

Minister Michaeli Lets Municipalities Potentially Run Public Transportation on Shabbat

As a political move, fifty-some days ahead of a national election, it’s a dynamite move.

Report: Liberman Forcing his Drivers to Work on Shabbat

"The bureau's employees are required to be flexible according to the minister's schedule."

Chief Rabbinate Bans Burial of Get Refusers’ Dying Father

This is not the first time that the rabbinic courts in Israel try to put pressure on a get refuser through sanctions against his relatives.

Jellyfish Swarm in Israel Unusually Intense as 9 B’Av Approaches

It has been established that the swarm of “meduzas” arrive on Israel’s shores around Tamuz 17 and floats away after 9 B’Av.

Report: Rabbi Eliezer Melamed Met with Conservative Leaders to Avoid Kotel Violence on 9...

Rabbi Melamed said that if more people wish to pray in a mixed group, “the authorities will increase and expand the Ezrat Israel section for them as needed."

Women Scholars Gather in Jerusalem for First Seminar on Leadership in Torah and Halakha

We were treated to a range of master classes with some of the greatest women Torah scholars of our generation.

Former Interior Minister Deri Urging AG to Appeal Zoom Marriage Ruling

Altering through a court ruling how the state of Israel handles marriages is an extreme example of judicial radicalism.

Israeli District Court Upholds Civil Marriages Over Zoom

Should the state of Israel find a better solution for almost 1,000 people each year who are rejected by rabbinical law?

Gush Etzion 19-Year-Old Completes Shas for Second Time

Nadav intends to continue setting aside time for Torah every single day, despite the demanding upcoming military service.

Orthodox Jewish Groups React to Court’s Revoking Roe V. Wade

Legislation and court rulings that absolutely ban abortion without regard for the health of the mother limit our ability to preserve life.

Brussel’s Regional Parliament Slaughters Jean-Claude Van Damme’s Ban on Kosher Shechita

The Hollywood star called on the Brussels parliament to approve the ban and “put an end to the cruel suffering of animals.”

MK Chikli Defeats the Knesset Jebusites, Celebrates 3,055 Years of ‘Occupation’

It hasn't been "55 years" of Jewish "occupation," rather, it's been “3055 years.”

Rabbi Uri Zohar, Gifted Trailblazer in Comedy, Film, and Teshuva, Dead at 86

Israel was much smaller and more homogeneous in the 1970s, a fact that greatly enhanced Rabbi Zohar’s impact on Israeli society.

Rabbanit Malke Bina Awarded Honorary Doctorate from Bar Ilan University

Rabbanit Bina founded Matan just over 30 years ago after she began teaching a group of women around her dining room table.

5-Star Hospital in Former East Germany Offers Kosher Food, Synagogue, Shabbat Elevator

The hospital has gone out of its way to attract Orthodox Jewish patients and make them feel comfortable during their stay.

NFL’s Howard Katz Rejects Giants’ Plea Not to Play on Rosh HaShanah

Christians aren’t prohibited from watching TV or going to a game on Christmas the way Jews do on the high holidays.

Explosive: Health Ministry to Permit IVF to Agunot

The halachic world, which is still debating the idea of IVF itself, will not take kindly to this decision.
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