Religious Zionists and ultra-Orthodox Jews are conspicuously absent from the demonstrations, emblematic of a deep-seated distrust of ‘left-wing’ protests. But that doesn’t mean there aren't any there
Initiative offers couples marrying in Jerusalem to hold their weddings, free of charge, in one of nearly a dozen outdoor sites. However, only couples who marry through the Orthodox-controlled rabbinate are eligible to apply
A new streaming service for the religious touts content that won't offend viewers who insist on modesty
Currently, residents of Israel who convert through local branches of non-Orthodox movements are ineligible for citizenship under the Law of Return and can face deportation
Opinion Nazi Eagles and Confederate Flags: Why Orthodox Jews and Black Lives Matter Are Natural Allies
The Jewish and black communities face a common enemy in white supremacy. But being targets of the same hate is not the only reason for Orthodox Jews to show up
The Orthodox Jewish umbrella organization Agudath Israel of America files a lawsuit against Cuomo, challenging the state’s decision to limit attendance at houses of worship
Petitioners turn again to High Court when Kiryat Arba’s pool reopens with only separate hours for men and women
While expressing solidarity with the demonstrations calling for racial justice, members of the community slam Mayor de Blasio for alleged double standards. ‘If thousands can protest, why can’t children pray in shul?’ asks one Jewish activist
Teacher claims she didn't realize girl wasn’t wearing shorts under dress that didn't comply with school dress code ■ Earlier this week, girls were sent home from school in central Israel because their shorts were deemed 'too short'
Move comes amid concern over spiking anti-Semitic sentiment during the pandemic, with the N.Y.C. mayor causing controversy over warnings to 'the Jewish community'
Although a few states are encouraging houses of worship to reopen their doors, many synagogues are preferring to bide their time and see what happens next
Tola’as Yaakov synagogue reportedly issued with cease-and-desist order by city officials after chaotic funeral for rabbi and subsequent memorial attended by some 100 congregants
Three female nurses working in U.S. hospitals reveal how their Judaism is helping them through the most challenging time of their professional lives
In a call with American rabbis, the Trump administration's top epidemiologist says relaxing restrictions would depend on social distancing and testing
As the backlash continues over the mayor’s ‘Jewish community’ tweet, we probe his relations with the community during his six years in office
Members of the Hasidic community tell Haaretz the reactions more likely indicate an unwillingness to be associated with them: ‘It’s like a moderate Muslim saying, “Hey I’m not Al-Qaida!”’
Some 3,500 from New York and New Jersey communities have donated, says one of the organizers behind the drive
Opinion Israel’s Government Only Relates to Diaspora Jews Who Marvel at the Jewish State’s Utter Perfection
This Independence Day, Israel’s honoring a sycophantic pro-government cheerleader who pushes obedience for wives — and for Diaspora Jews
Jewish population of South Africa, study reveals, totals 52,300 today – a drop of 25 percent since the last count in 2001
Grafton Thomas now faces 10 federal charges with each count carrying a maximum sentence of life in prison, but 'is unable to assist properly in his defense'
The spread in the Moroccan Jewish community is believed to have come from several French Jews infected with the virus who attended a local wedding
The law was named after Josef Neumann, who lost his life to injuries sustained during a December anti-Semitic attack in Monsey
‘It is important to remember that viruses do not discriminate, and neither should we,’ the Jewish federation co-president in Rockland County says
Israel Quarantines Hundreds of ultra-Orthodox Children After Principal Tests Positive for Coronavirus
School had been ordered to stay open by Lithuanian Haredi leader Rabbi Chaim Kanievski, who later recanted and urged it to close due to the pandemic
Five Orthodox Jewish men were injured in the attack on a synagogue in Monsey, for which the attacker was charged with a federal hate crime
Members of New York and New Jersey Jewish communities express concern that the coronavirus epidemic could spark anti-Semitic incidents
This adaptation of a memoir about life in Brooklyn’s Hasidic community gains extra layers of complexity thanks to its relocation to Germany
The coronavirus outbreak has shaken up millions around the globe, including Jewish communities who found themselves at the epicenters of the crisis
Despite Reform movement gains, progressive bloc loses ground
Testing tents set up for the community quickly ran out of tests, only sporadically receiving more: 'Everyone wants to get tested, but we just can't'