Under the leadership of Benjamin Netanyahu, messianic nationalists from his Likud party, the Habayit Hayehudi party and movements similar to them in spirit are unraveling the seams of Israeli society.
Engineering project at Hashalom Railway Station necessitates closure of key road artery for 28 hours on Friday evening and Saturday.
Satmar decree says college education for girls is 'against the Torah,' and that 'no girls attending our school are allowed to study and get a degree,' The Independent says.
Troops had to extricate Hasids after Palestinians threw stones at their bus en route to predawn visit to Joseph's Tomb in Nablus. Israeli teen lightly injured in incident.
A society that refuses to rally against its own criminals at least with same roar as it rallies against other sectors of society is indeed doing a lot of harm to itself.
Non-Orthodox religious movements, left-wing Israeli parties to petition tribunal over 'sabotaged' budget meeting.
The number of ultra-Orthodox men not working but dedicating themselves to religious studies climbs as Israeli government restores funding that was cut.
Will Hillary Clinton cut U.S. military aid to Israel because of a mikveh in Jerusalem? It's unlikely. But there is no doubt that as president, that subject will land on her desk.
Situated on the edge of a heavily nonobservant city of Kfar Sava, the Oshiland Mall probably thought it was safe to open on Saturdays. It was wrong.
According to interior minister’s reform, rabbinic ordination from the Chief Rabbinate will also meet the standard for local authority positions.