Verete was called to disciplinary hearings earlier this year for allegedly criticizing the army in class.
Beneath a veneer of normalcy, Moscovites ponder how much time they have left before the country will change completely.
Open Hillel hopes to highlight opinions and voices on Israel that have been made taboo by mainstream Jewish groups.
About 200 religious public schools completely separate boys and girls.
Israeli politicians say the Palestinian side doesn't educate the next generation for peace. Does Israel?
Many of us have ignored the real message of the call to action, 'never forget.'
Haaretz spends a week on campus at the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya to learn how the monied institute has become a leader in the local academic sphere, and what that says about us.
How do concepts such as 'ahavat Israel’ and 'solidarity for the Jewish people’ square with the need for intellectuals to remain detached from their national or religious group to retain their moral integrity?
Allowing Elon to teach despite conviction brought into question whether yeshiva head should be entrusted with welfare of 24,000 students.
U.S.-born Shlomo Riskin says non-Orthodox Jews are willing to trade land for peace because they are unaware of 'our biblically mandated right to Israel.'