The head of Israel's affiliated movement applauds the decision as a 'moral, Jewish' solution to the problems of mixed couples.
David Friedman lacks both the 'basic qualifications' and 'temperament' required by the position of Israel envoy, the largest Jewish movement in North America says.
Some congregants have replaced the words in the prayer from 'protect' our democracy into a plea to 'restore' it.
American rabbis planning to create a network of 'sanctuary congregations' to provide safe haven for those affected by the ban.
Union for Reform Judaism's Rick Jacobs compares executive decision to pro-slavery Supreme Court decision from 19th century, internment of Japanese Americans during World War II.
Putting Aside Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Jewish and Muslim Feminists Unite to Pray With Their Feet
Channeling Biblical heroines, Jewish feminists journey from across U.S. to march against Trump in D.C., and some pro-Palestinian rhetoric won't stand in their way.
'I’m genuinely scared for the future,' one protester told Haaretz, citing rise in hate crimes and the recent attacks on Jewish community centers around the country.
A draft bill, promoted by the ultra−Orthodox parties in the government, will turn me into a criminal. | Opinion
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.