The local Federation actually stated the bakery’s decision was not aligned with Jewish values.
"In this ad, 'Orthodox' clearly means rigid, antiquated, monolithic and unevolving. Since Orthodox Jews would reject these adjectives in their self-definition, this line is problematic," said scholar Malka Simkovich.
“Is this the time to give a hug to the people who violate the laws of the state with their staying in Homesh? The answer is no!"
Kalmanofsky stated that he does not want Israeli leader's efforts to succeed.
The Shas bill will most likely never see the light of day.
Not to worry, folks, we’re likely not going to be treated to pictures of YU rabbis being hauled in cuffs into waiting police vans.
What follows are despicable lies, which go unchecked by JTA.
In two months, Bezalel Smotrich is going to submit a bill amending the Law of Return to yank out the halakhic gentiles.
Rabbi Yosef said that observant Jews must object to anything related to the Reform.
I can’t understand how any liberal-minded woman or man can view this as a victory.
Let there be no hope for informers, and may all wickedness instantly perish.
“This is the power of Judaism," the Diaspora Minister said, and a hundred thousand great rabbis of all the ages rolled in their graves.
Should the state of Israel find a better solution for almost 1,000 people each year who are rejected by rabbinical law?
Rabbi Eliyahu has been publicly critical of the Reform movement, which may explain why his enemies used their connections to get his visa revoked.
"It is sad to see that the misguided leadership of a Jewish museum won’t allow alternative ideas a seat at the Jewish table.”
Earlier this week, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett met and supported the leaders of the Reform movement in Israel and the Diaspora.
“It’s like corporate culture, people don’t stay.”
A decisive majority of American Jews support the adversaries of Israel.
It comes down to whether or not individuals in appointed high office are at liberty to go out of their way to criticize the government from which they draw their power.
Meanwhile, the right-wing parties have discovered that the Kotel is a surefire issue to get the masses out.
Turns out the Haredim are not the only religious Israelis who can game the system.
Unlike American Jews who want their own share in the Kotel when they come to visit, the WOW are not interested in compromises.