Responding to a complaint by women’s rights group, Haifa says issue is moral, not legal
At a cost of 1 million shekels, Religious Affairs Ministry's campaign to feature female celebrities sharing their personal experience of the mikveh
Avichai Mendelblit's court opinion that publicly-funded, gender-segregated events are acceptable in 'special circumstances' may create a precedent that no one can stop
The Supreme Court overruled a lower court’s decision to permit gender segregation at a government-organized concert in Afula - but the event was already taking place
Catholic and elite private schools join Jewish schools in fighting proposed regulations they say would 'compromise the very mission schools were created to carry forward'
The 26-year-old resident of an ultra-Orthodox settlement allegedly used false identities to contact girls over the internet
Bezalel Smotrich also said court system was 'stupid' after judge barred a northern municipality from holding a gender-separated event for the ultra-Orthodox public, sparking heated debate by political leaders
Israel Women's Network and city council member filed a petition claiming gender-segregated events in public venues defy government resolution
Kahol Lavan co-leader was accused of anti-Semitism when he portrayed Haredi leaders as extorting money, but figures on education show an even more worrying trend
Explained How Accused Pedophile Malka Leifer Is Trying to Block Her Extradition to Australia From Israel
And how did Deputy Health Minister Yaakov Litzman get the police seeking his indictment for corruption in the proceedings?
With Yehuda Dweck dominates the rabbinic committee that holds the power to block content from the ‘kosher’ phones
When ultra-Orthodox Israeli rabbis recently called dog-owners 'accursed' they drew on a long tale of anti-canine hostility in Jewish sources. But dogs can be Jews' best friends, too
With Settlements Strong on Israeli Agenda, Haredi Nationalists Pick Up the Fight for 'Family Values'
With religious teens exposed to LGBTQ issues at an earlier age, an Orthodox feminist revolution and Education Ministry incentives, ultra-Orthodox nationalists feel that they are losing political reins
The Rabbinate is moving toward science and documents to prove Judaism, complicating Ethiopian and former Soviet Jews' attempts to marry in Israel
'It would be better if they cast off their kippah and Shabbat [observance] and show their true faces,' the rabbi said
Following a complaint, deputy attorney general says segregation at event for religious and ultra-Orthodox people was improper ■ Organizers say attendees insisted on it
The LGBT community as well as teachers, students and parents are planning a protest in Tel Aviv to demand Rafi Peretz's resignation ■ Right-wing lawmakers blast minister, who says he never endorsed the method
'A serious phenomenon has spread in our city Elad, in which young boys and children walk around publicly with dogs. This is strictly forbidden'
'They only ride when men and women are separated,' driver of bus 402 from Jerusalem to Bnei Brak allegedly said
Controversial vote exacerbates tension between religious and secular residents following Ramat Gan's first LGBTQ Pride parade