Follows complaints of unfair competition by dozens of Kfar Sava business owners who close on Saturday
On the line with Einat Amoyal, school principal in Hod Hasharon
Such anniversaries like Independence Day once celebrated the people's liberation of national sites, but they've since been supplanted by the barbecue and other entertainment
If this proposal for Haredim is indeed approved, the heads of the universities and colleges, the academic faculty and the student population must unite to battle the undermining of academia’s foundations
Justices approve local bylaws enabling the opening of 160 stores on Jewish Sabbath, calling it balanced
I can manage without one and not feel that my human rights have been violated. The key thing is the openness to the religiously observant ‘other’ and slight concessions for the sake of solidarity
Its followers read the Haggadah but eat bread during Passover, they are atheists but still get married by a rabbi. A journey into the complexities of secular Judaism
The rabbi of the Efrat settlement tells two stories that explain his belief in God.
But what's it all about, and why does everyone hide the afikoman in the same place?
No other nation in the world searches bags to find forbidden foods, except possibly Iran. The Passover chametz police are more Israeli than Mobileye or Amos Oz