A controversial virtual-reality tour showing the Temple before its destruction is dazzling. But that doesn’t mean the producers want it rebuilt.
Compromise achieved to resolve Women of the Wall dispute seems at risk, as the Orthodox establish facts on the ground at the Robinson's Arch, long a site where Reform and Conservative Jews held mixed gender prayers.
Epicurean author Elissa Altman links sustenance to serious feeling in 'Treyf,' her new memoir about growing up as the only child of dysfunctional Jewish parents.
The IDF's consideration of 'beliefs, values and way of life' extends only to their religious variant, which means the ultra-Orthodox nationalist variant, and none other.
Penitential prayers at Rabin Square have been called off after women were not allowed to sing at a previously scheduled pre-Yom Kippur concert.
Despite being hamstrung by their own brethren in the establishment, the Rabbis' March may have helped save some Jews after all.
While Orthodox gays feel more tolerance in the community, most religious transgender Jews still hide deep in the closet
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.
Foreign Ministry concerned about impact of High Holiday campaign denouncing Israel’s discrimination of non-Orthodox Jews.
While Europeans are talking about the downfall of skimpy swimwear, in wake of the summer furor over the burkini, fashion figures in Israel say the bikini is here to stay.