If the prime minister wants to make good on his pledge to strengthen non-Orthodox Judaism in Israel, he will have to close the huge gap in state financing that favors the Orthodox movement.
Plans under way to take in another large group of 712 'Bnei Menashe' from northern India.
Jewish Agency says woman was not eligible for visa under Law of Return and offered her other options to enter Jewish state and join family members rescued from Aleppo.
Israeli-American trains Kurdish forces on the Iraq-Iran border in urban warfare and counterterrorism - and says he’s not afraid to walk around with a kippah.
With mom helping out in the kitchen, struggling-actor-turned-entrepreneur promises to go easy on the spice.
After years of laborious negotiations, plans for an egalitarian prayer space near Judaism’s holiest site looks set to fall victim to latest round of violence.
Studying later means fewer parties, more moonlighting – and, arguably, better choices.
Interior Ministry wants Diaspora rabbis seeking to renew their visas to provide a letter from a rabbi confirming they're Jewish. And no, they can't write one themselves.
In her new book, foodie and artist Yael Raviv examines how Israeli cuisine has branched out far beyond falafel.
U.S. presidential candidate stays mum on identity of his kibbutz, but Israelis are now harnessing the power of social media to solve the riddle.