‘The IDF has abandoned education in the army to organizations with a clear agenda,’ one critic says.
Despite Obama’s 2008 pledge, the White House has refrained from using the term, with officials citing the need to refrain from damaging relations with Turkey.
The volume includes a version of the iconic High Holy Days prayer Avinu Malkeinu that refers to God as both 'Loving Father' and 'Compassionate Mother.'
Reform movement head Rick Jacobs: ‘This is going to be a challenging time.’
Denise Eger will lead the Central Conference of American Rabbis, the rabbinical arm of the largest movement in American Judaism.
Appalled by the squalor at a pupil’s home, Wald left medicine – to make sure everybody got proper health care.
In exclusive interview, U.S.-born Dov Lipman tells Haaretz how to bridge the rift between secular and ultra-Orthodox Israelis, and whether Reform Judaism should be part of Israeli law. Then, he gets personal.
People can't pray if they can’t come, proponents reasoned; outraged opponents saw 'moving' Shabbat as heresy and hypocrisy.
A monthly Shabbat gathering in New York that aims to offer a 'unique traditional and Orthodox space' for members of the community proves unexpectedly popular.
The dedication of Rhode Island's Touro Synagogue was also a milestone in terms of gender equality in worship.