'You can’t start checking whether every rabbi has learned enough Talmud or has a beard that’s long enough,' admonishes one Knesset member
After BDS activists prevented from boarding plane for trip to Israel, senior minister warns, 'The rules of the game have changed'
'Israel and the Jewish people will be better off' if existing discriminatory practices are lifted, assert signatories of letter sent to Israeli ministers
Video calls on government to provide Reform and Conservative Jews with mixed prayer space at Western Wall, as promised
'Jewish return on investment' is aim of new inter-ministerial scheme to strengthen religious identity and engagement with Israel
Didn't Israeli leaders understand installing metal detectors at the Temple Mount would lead to clashes? Now that Israel understands what trouble the measures are causing, why doesn’t it simply back down?
Anti-Defamation League accuses Jewish Voice for Peace of veering 'uncomfortably close to age-old anti-Semitic canards' with new 'End the #Deadly Exchange' campaign targeting U.S.-Israeli security cooperation
Critics say the fiercely controversial Ariel University serves one purpose only: to entrench the settlements, putting the final nail into the coffin of any potential peace agreement
$66 million initiative has funded outreach centers run by Chabad and Olami, which are actively engaged in bringing Jews closer to Orthodox Judaism
Despite expectations of a 'Trump effect' on aliyah, American Jews staying put