After spate of complaints that women were forced to move because male haredim refused to seat next to them, Israel Religious Action Center sponsors ad campaign.
Israeli army says draft targets are 'challenging' and more ultra-Orthodox men enlist every year. National service numbers fail to meet goals, too.
Penitential prayers at Rabin Square have been called off after women were not allowed to sing at a previously scheduled pre-Yom Kippur concert.
Two groups running initiatives that aim to strengthen Jaffa’s Jewish identity have Jewish and Arab residents worried for what they describe as their largely harmonious way of life.
Planned government oversight threatens hundreds of so-called charitable funds that function as the ultra-Orthodox community's financial lifeline.
At the industry awards ceremony, Miri Regev repeated her hollow claim that Israeli film doesn’t represent the public at large; the award nominees and winners proved the opposite.
The municipality has already crafted a five-year plan to build 2,200 classrooms at a cost of $585 million – especially for Arabs and ultra-Orthodox Jews.
Israel must be transformed into a federation of largely autonomous cantons with jurisdiction over education, personal-status law and determination of public norms.
Yaakov Litzman, Arye Dery cite previous comments and actions by the Yesh Atid chairman.
When the Haredim go to battle for their turf – for example, to get streets closed on Shabbat, along with budgets and educational autonomy – they generally succeed. Secular turf is another story.