Economists say GDP and household income would be hit, not to mention the Haredim and Israeli Arabs
Has Haredi society reached its limits for employment or is there still a 'reservoir' of individuals who are willing to work?
For generations the Talmud was kept out of reach of women, but the seeds of a revolution in women’s Torah study that started in the 1970s continues
Netanyahu condemns Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef's remarks as 'outrageous.' Politicians and progressive clergy call for his ouster over the tirade at a rabbinical conference
Even if the ultra-Orthodox do army service and learn core curriculum subjects, non-religious Israelis will see them as a threat. The simple truth is that secular people don’t want Haredim to exist
Studying one page of the Babylonian Talmud every day has become a popular custom among a range of different communities in Israel and the Diaspora. But is this really the correct way to approach such a sophisticated, multilayered work?
In lower grades, proportion of Israeli students going to secular state schools actually grew state since parents feel religious schools have become 'too extreme'
We don't know enough about the origins of the hatred behind the wave of violence, and jumping to conclusions by painting an entire race as anti-Semitic will only make things worse
The muted response to the string of attacks in NYC shows that mainstream U.S. Jewry is indifferent to Haredim and hesitant to condemn those who target them
After five people were stabbed by an African American man on Saturday, the community asserts 'there is absolutely no correlation' between race and anti-Semitism
An estimated 250 families received donated food, toys and supplies two weeks after the deadly shooting that rocked the two communities
The backsliding has been accompanied by a spike in Haredi yeshiva enrollment, the Israel Democracy Institute has reported
The son of Rabbi Yaakov Aryeh Alter, leader of Ger Hasidic community, has been accused of abusing male yeshiva students over years ■ Sect, which denies allegations, did not notify authorities and paid a large sum to prevent publication
Most Haredi girls have the skills to enroll in a BA program, but the ultra-Orthodox education system dumbs down the testing level
Political standstill brings about more budget cuts
This ultra-Orthodox Israeli Woman, Who Stars in a Documentary on Her Sect, Wants Women to Learn the Torah
Malki Rotner, a self-described Haredi feminist, has a unique vision for women in her society. But reacting to a TV series on the Belz Hasidic sect, she says her activism has clear boundaries
Former official says religious schools have less general studies, waste resources due to gender segregation, and emphasize teachers' values over professionalism
'Mixed' couples, where one of them either left religion or became newly pious, share the challenges they face at home and in the community: 'In Israel everyone tries to put you into a box, in the U.S. you’re a Jew and that’s it'
The report, which shook the army, can't be dismissed as mistakes made by lower-ranking officers
Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop believes initial target of the kosher supermarket shooting that killed 4 was 'the 50 children at the Yeshiva attached to that store'
Ultra-Orthodox students don’t take Education Ministry standardized tests. It says something about state oversight of their schools: There isn’t any
Leaflets follow several occasions in which ultra-Orthodox Rabbi Pinter criticized Crobyn-led party for failing to address proliferation of anti-Semitic incidents in its ranks
The Maccabiah Bridge disaster was strike one. The protracted and corruption-riddled extradition process of an alleged ultra-Orthodox sexual predator is strike two
Main umbrella group for ultra- Orthodox communities says Labour Party Haredi activist circulated letter that he claimed was signed by Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis Padwa condemning attack on Corbyn over anti-Semitism
Much of the Australian-Jewish community is angered, frustrated by perceived Israeli foot-dragging over alleged child abuser’s extradition to face 74 charges related to sex crimes, including rape
TV report sparks inquiry of psychiatrists but will likely lead nowhere, say officials; top psychiatrist slams superficial item 'on complex phenomenon'