Yes, Israel and Jews figure prominently in the religious imagination of America's 60 million white adult evangelicals. But it's not all about the Second Coming
Opinion Does Miriam Adelson Really Think Donald 'Go Back' Trump Still Deserves His Own Book in the Bible?
Adelson’s drooling suggestion mirrors the quasi-Messianic way Trump’s religious fans refer to him. But we religious Jews cannot be complicit in his racism, just because he didn't single us out – this time
Chief editor of The Jewish Press defends tweets, calling criticism 'a smear tactic' to deter his comments on values of the Torah
Told to punish and even endanger themselves when they had 'improper' thoughts, after the firestorm ignited by the education minister, religious homosexuals tell Haaretz about their trauma
Rafi Peretz can’t get why calling U.S. Jewish assimilation a 'second Holocaust' is so offensive. It shows that Israel's religious nationalists now have about as much in common with liberal U.S. Jews as Pharisees and Jesus did
As well as a steady stream of insults, bewilderment and even spitting, members of Women of the Wall find some takers at their phylacteries booth
Ilana Stein was the world’s first Orthodox, female safari ranger, combining her two big passions: Judaism and nature
The Manchester high school had been rated as one of the country's best-performing high schools, but now faces being shut down due to 'unlawful segregation'
After over 30 years under the mental sway of his psychiatrist, Marty Markowitz shares how one man took over his family life and business in No. 1 rated podcast
A municipality official at a Tel Aviv suburb fired after prohibiting a girl from performing as many Orthodox Jews believe religious law prohibits men from listening to women sing
The number of anti-Semitic incidents recently reported in Berlin is about 14 percent higher than last year; 2018 saw a total of 1,083 cases
Amid an uptick in hate crimes in New York, the city's mayor says that 'the ideological movement that is anti-Semitic is the right-wing movement'
Only 32 percent of Israeli Jews want to keep the Rabbinate's monopoly over conversions intact, yet more than half would not allow their child to marry a non-Jew
The official application, however, refers to them as ‘community leaders’ rather than rabbis, with wages significantly lower than their Orthodox counterparts
Neta Hadid was buried in a religious ceremony with rabbis taking part, while in eulogies she was addressed as both a man and a woman
'This isn't just a celebration, but a call for equality. It’s an issue for Israelis from all parts of the country,' says CEO of LGBT rights organization
27-year-old Daniel Atwood was denied by his New York seminary despite the school originally agreeing to ordain him
The eruv was removed from a Staten Island neighborhood after other residents put up signs objecting to influx in Jewish population
New York's Yeshivat Chovevei Torah informed the 27-year-old Daniel Atwood he would not be ordained despite the school previously agreeing to do so
The religious Jewish community cannot justify staying on the sidelines of the abortion debate, writes an ultra-Orthodox health care researcher
A new exhibition features religiously observant Jewish and Palestinian women artists, who are struggling for legitimacy in both societies
The organization urges future government coalition partners to issue ultimatum: Stop sale of arms or count us out
Relating anti-vaxxers to Judaism is ‘fake news,’ Jewish community leaders in Brooklyn tell Haaretz. So why is the outbreak being treated as a ‘Jewish issue,’ and will Passover make matters worse?
'It’s clear the Trump White House invited a subset of the Jewish community and intentionally excluded others,' says director of an excluded group
In the past 20 years, some 600,000 new immigrants came to Israel – principally from Russia, France and North America. They may be the real reason that the country's politics is now fixed on the right