'It is beyond absurd that Israel is the one democracy in the world where Jews cannot freely practice their faith in accordance with their beliefs,' protesters state
The renovation ostensibly would make amends with the Reform and Conservative movements that want an egalitarian prayer space, but these streams say the new plan drastically falls short
Reform and Conservative movements: 'Free the Kotel – Enough with ultra-Orthodox domination'
To the casual observer, Israel has never looked more secure and prosperous. Look again
Israel’s chief rabbi must take responsibility for the blacklist, a tragic and contemptuous abuse of power and a clear slap in the face for Diaspora Jews
In reaction to recent Western Wall and conversion moves, Steven Wernick tells Knesset panel: ‘Much of American Jewry has lost its patience’ with state of religious pluralism in Israel
Israel's Chief Rabbinate has published a list of rabbis whose opinions on the matter of 'Who is a Jew?' it says should be disregarded.
So your local rabbi is on the Rabbinate’s blacklist – what does that mean for you if you're hoping to move to Israel or get married here?
The rabbis, whose rulings on 'who is a Jew' the Rabbinate doesn't recognize, include Nefesh b'Nefesh's director ■ Israel's Ashkenazi chief rabbi 'shocked' that list was published without his approval
The capitulation to Israel's ultra-Orthodox minority over an egalitarian prayer space at the Western Wall is a new low and cannot be accepted