Public transportation is still officially banned in Israel on the Sabbath, but new citizen-run cooperatives are finding ways to circumvent the law
Israel is the only country in the world where public transportation is in the hands of the clergy. We need to wrest back control of the wheel
Justice Ministry hasn't put law into effect, with a source saying the bylaw's publication was taking much longer than others
The secular public doesn’t dream of preventing ultra-Orthodox residents from celebrating the Sabbath as they see fit. So why can’t the religious public act accordingly?
Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump’s mystery rabbi strikes again
Ultra-Orthodox parties are expected to oppose the bill, but its sponsors are pressing them not to actually veto it
Economy chief says 'people should live their lives the way they want' while justice minister concedes that 'Tel Aviv can’t be changed'
Follows complaints of unfair competition by dozens of Kfar Sava business owners who close on Saturday
Ruling constitutes a compromise between secular Tel Aviv residents, for whom shopping on Shabbat has become part of their lives, and merchants who don't open on Shabbat and want to prevent competition from those who do
The Noa Tanua cooperative aims to fund a second bus line, in addition to the line it has operated in central parts of the city.