The transfer of responsibility to Orthodox entities is yet another stage in the government’s shirking of its obligation to implement the civil burial law.
Norbert Hofer, running for Austria's president, has tried to garner Jewish votes but is known to believe in Nazism-tainted pan-Germanism. Should he win next week, the revival of the capital's Jewish community may be at risk and Europe's xenophobic elements could benefit.
The prominent actor in Egyptian movies and TV series tells an Egyptian show he discovered his roots while complaining about Jews as a boy.
Their nasty, petty God moonlights as an instigator of death and destruction, burning homes, even destroying lives, all for the good of the outposts of Judea and Samaria.
'Petition achieved its goals,' says Meretz after Col. Eyal Krim released clarifications of statements on women and gays.
Women’s dignity, gay rights and Palestinians’ property rights are all left-wing issues that Naftali Bennett’s Habayit Hayehudi party feels it must fight to the end.
When there are only 110 Reform rabbis in the entire country, what are the chances that Noa Mazor would follow in her dad's and brother's footsteps?
In response to Meretz petition, justices demand affidavit clarifying Col. Eyal Krim's past contentious remarks, including calling gays 'sick' and terrorists 'animals.'
The real, absolute power in New Square is Rabbi David Twersky, 76; locals are allowed to pray only in his synagogue, and a resident was severely burned by a neighbor when he dared stray.
Correspondence with teenage fan, recently donated to the National Library, reveals 20th-century Austrian author's pride in his religion, admiration for Herzl, and belief that budding writers should live in foreign lands.