'Women can perform mitzvot and participate in an equal position in religious services,' Sao Paolo community president says.
In Jerusalem meeting, the prime minister says he will make every effort to resolve the crisis with the ultra-Orthodox parties, which are blocking a government-approved compromise for an egalitarian prayer space.
Orthodox high school girls leave school to shout down Women of the Wall during prayer services at Jerusalem's Western Wall; Police separate groups, restricting confrontations to verbal attacks.
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.
Chief Rabbinate’s legal adviser cites a British Mandate-era ruling on religious sites, but liberal Jewish movements call claim baseless and absurd.
News that the High Court has ordered the government to explain why women can't pray as they wish in the women’s section at the Kotel is not the triumph some activists are proclaiming.
Speaking at Knesset, Dov Zackheim warns that non-Orthodox American Jews' support of Israel is weakening due to its lack of Jewish pluralism.
State given 30 days to explain why women can’t bring Torah scrolls to Jewish holy site.
One woman's story highlights the wonders of 'online conversions' but is a proper conversion really possible through a screen?
Israel Religious Action Center filed a complaint over the sign; supermarket responds that demand for modest dress for entry will be replaced with a request.