The number of first-graders in Haredi schools is rising, while Arab schools are suffering budget crises and there's a drop in college students
Mohammed Diab, who represented Shas in the Arab town of Tamra in the, is suspected of slipping seven sealed envelopes into ballot box in the April election
Document obtained by Haaretz shows that only 7% of such schools are to be inspected, compared to 37% of other ultra-Orthodox schools
This election will determine if the future of Israel will be gender-segregated, ignorant, poor and fundamentalist. And there's evidence that Israeli Jews are finally seeing the light
The government will soon grant full-time yeshiva students who are married, publicly funded life insurance. Paradoxically the most significant disagreement comes from within ultra-Orthodox community itself
Incitement seems to be an increasingly common tactic as everyday Israelis battle the 'contagious disease' afflicting the body politic
Israeli economists insist that the switch by the rest of the West to a professional army isn't a model for Israel because of the threats it faces. Part 2 of a series
It's become the center-left’s most effective issue, an emotional one like hatred for Netanyahu. And it's a godsend, so to speak, for Lieberman
Deputy Health Minister Yaakov Litzman responded to Gantz saying he would seek to form a secular government: 'it seems that Lapid is a contagious disease that also infected Gantz'
With Election Day two weeks away, Haredi parties appeal for votes from the non-Orthodox, centrists try to sway the left and the Joint List still hasn't figured out a strategy
The Haredi Knesset members 'know how much I try to apply their policies and those of the government in every issue,' Mendelblit was quoted as saying by an ultra-orthodox newspaper
Shas Chairman Arye Dery claims in video aired on Channel 12 that members of PM's party tried to convince him to sink plan to dissolve Knesset and head to new election
As classrooms fill up, Tel Aviv Municipality says it will refrain from detaining the children of Filipino immigrants en route to school amid deportation crackdown
Rockland County GOP slams 'greed of a handful of elected officials' following criticism of ad portraying ultra-Orthodox as threat to 'our families' and 'our way of life'
Contractor came under fire when it said workers must have completed full military service, locking out most ultra-Orthodox and Israeli Arabs
Responding to a complaint by women’s rights group, Haifa says issue is moral, not legal
At a cost of 1 million shekels, Religious Affairs Ministry's campaign to feature female celebrities sharing their personal experience of the mikveh
Avichai Mendelblit's court opinion that publicly-funded, gender-segregated events are acceptable in 'special circumstances' may create a precedent that no one can stop
The Supreme Court overruled a lower court’s decision to permit gender segregation at a government-organized concert in Afula - but the event was already taking place
Catholic and elite private schools join Jewish schools in fighting proposed regulations they say would 'compromise the very mission schools were created to carry forward'
The 26-year-old resident of an ultra-Orthodox settlement allegedly used false identities to contact girls over the internet
Bezalel Smotrich also said court system was 'stupid' after judge barred a northern municipality from holding a gender-separated event for the ultra-Orthodox public, sparking heated debate by political leaders
Israel Women's Network and city council member filed a petition claiming gender-segregated events in public venues defy government resolution