The Honey Foundation for Israel will aim over the next few years to provide monthly stipends to 500 community rabbis in Israel who do not get paid by the state.
Yair Lapid Promises to Recognize Reform and Conservative Judaism 'My First Week in Government,' if Elected
'Israel is now the only country in the world without freedom of religion for Jews,' Yesh Atid's party leader tells journalists in Jerusalem.
Shas 'bombshell' would also forbid women from wearing prayer shawls and tefillin at Jewish holy site.
When MKs, ministers and prominent (state-funded) rabbis call us Reform Jews 'dogs' and 'idolaters' and face no sanction, who's surprised their devotees now attack our synagogues and threaten our leaders?
Hate graffiti sprayed on walls of Kehilat Ra'anan allude to controversy over Western Wall egalitarian prayer space deal.
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?
Members of Jewish rights groups and individuals of various denominations invoke fears of Nazism, Islamophobia during Sunday's march in Manhattan.
Arye Dery's outburst on the battle for non-Orthodox prayer space at the Western Wall is joined by lawmaker Yisrael Eichler, who compares Reform worship at the holy site to 'Shi'ites going to Mecca or the Protestants to the Vatican.'
It is easy to point to the Ultra-Orthodox as the primary obstacles to egalitarian prayer, but secular impassivity seriously damages of the idea of Israel as the nation-state of the Jewish people.
Protesting Israel's inaction, hundreds of demonstrators led by top Reform, Conservative rabbis break through security barrier and enter Kotel plaza, where ultra-Orthodox await.