Israel's government has suspended plans to create a new egalitarian prayer space at the Western Wall, amid a bill to grant the Orthodox-run Chief Rabbinate a monopoly over conversions in Israel
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Following Jewish young adults' visiting an anti-occupation protest camp that is sometimes a flashpoint for violence, the Jewish Agency dumps the program runners
Observers say there is a growing understanding among many Haredim that the previously taboo subject can no longer be ignored
An accomplished architect himself, Albert Speer Jr. struggled to distance himself from his father's legacy, remembers visits to Hitler as 'joyous events'
Rabbi Susan Talve says her congregation was in the right place at the right time to offer sanctuary to protesters from riot police on Friday. ‘Silence is violence, too – especially white silence,’ she says