Knesset Caucus for Strengthening the Jewish People's last-minute session will try to address the outrage of Jewish leaders as crisis with Israeli government heats up
'Support for Israel doesn't necessarily mean support for the Israeli government,' says agency's new chairman, Michael Siegal
'Underhanded and Sneaky': Israeli Lawmaker Demands Investigation After Netanyahu Backtracks on Western Wall
Opposition lawmaker claims that ministers were not adequately prepared for the vote, and the attorney general himself, who oversaw the compromise, was absent
Jewish Agency canceled dinner with Netanyahu as board member blasts Netanyahu's 'war on Zionism' | Protest follows Israel's decision to suspend plan for egalitarian prayer space at Western Wall due to ultra-Orthodox pressure
Jewish Agency Cancels Dinner With Netanyahu in Protest of Western Wall Egalitarian Prayer Space Freeze
Jewish Agency head Sharansky enraged after Israel decided to suspend plan to create egalitarian prayer space at Western Wall following pressure from ultra-Orthodox
Yisrael Beiteinu appeals the vote, potentially stalling the draft law for months; Reform movement, convert advocacy group slam yes vote and promise a fight
Jewish Agency Chairman Natan Sharansky, a key architect of the plan, calls the move 'a retreat that will make our work to bring Israel and the Jewish world closer together increasingly more difficult'
During book launch in West Bank for book of essays marking 50 years of occupation, U.S. Jewish literary couple talk about that uncomfortable subject
Are they being nudged there by the stealth efforts of the Israeli government and its NGO allies?
Rabbis also call on campus organization to pull out of Mosaic United, a $66 million initiative sponsored by Education Minister Bennett