The High Court is right that ultra-Orthodox men should be drafted into the army at 18 like everyone else, so the government must stop legislating deceptive laws on this issue
Some 30,000 Israelis and Jews visit the gravesite of Rabbi Nachman on the Jewish New Year, making it a lucrative time for those willing to put in a little effort
The Goldins want Orthodox U.S. Jews to lobby leaders to do more to return their son's body, held by Hamas since 2014. But a community wedded to Trump and Netanyahu won't rock the boat
Pupils received books with material explaining things like when a Jewish soldier can sleep with a non-Jewish female captive, and how to demand something from non-Jews that belongs to us
'Our Jewish tradition teaches us to stand up for those who are in danger,' the rabbis wrote in a letter urging the U.S. government to exert diplomatic pressure in aid of the majority Muslim refugees
Despite Michael Kohane's 'essential qualities,' she will not buck tradition by leading prayer or ruling on matters of Jewish law
Chief justice slams government's behavior on egalitarian prayer space at Jerusalem holy site: 'There was a deal, and now the government says it doesn't exist. What happened here?'
By strip searching members of Women of the Wall, Rabbi Rabinovitch illustrated how any campaign by women always returns to the same point: their autonomy over their bodies
Non-Orthodox movements have rejected the government’s plan to upgrade a separate prayer plaza and create 'second-class Jews'
Opinion India Independence Day: Like Israel, India's Founding Values Challenged From Within by Religion
India and Israel strove to become democratic, modern nation-states upon independence but appear to be reaching the same outcome: founding ideals challenged from within