Man refused to divorce wife after Rabbinical Court instructed him to do so.
Leaders of the party, which supports outreach to Muslim immigrants, say the ban 'is deeply troubling' for Norwegian Jews.
On the face of it, the Israeli army belongs to the state and serves it. But in fact, it is feeding off the people.
Israel's Rabbis to Debate 'Jewishness' of Three-parent Babies Conceived Through New Fertility Treatment
Is a baby still Jewish if one of its two biological mothers is not?
Business owners could soon be allowed to choose which rabbi they want to employ for kashrut supervision.
The opposition maintains that the proposed legislation would lead to discrimination against women
Rabbis and leaders on the Modern Orthodox left condemn the decision.
New agreement could have far-reaching implications for converts considering immigration to Israel who live outside established Jewish communities.
The safety concerns apparently met the threshold of 'pikuah nefesh' - the concept of saving a life that's used to violate Jewish law during special situations.
Neeman, who was born to a religious family in Tel Aviv in 1939, served as both Justice Minister and Finance Minister in governments headed by Benjamin Netanyahu.