Following a complaint, deputy attorney general says segregation at event for religious and ultra-Orthodox people was improper ■ Organizers say attendees insisted on it
The LGBT community as well as teachers, students and parents are planning a protest in Tel Aviv to demand Rafi Peretz's resignation ■ Right-wing lawmakers blast minister, who says he never endorsed the method
'A serious phenomenon has spread in our city Elad, in which young boys and children walk around publicly with dogs. This is strictly forbidden'
'They only ride when men and women are separated,' driver of bus 402 from Jerusalem to Bnei Brak allegedly said
Controversial vote exacerbates tension between religious and secular residents following Ramat Gan's first LGBTQ Pride parade
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
Opinion Enlightened, Beautiful, Two-state Israel Should Declare Independence From Jewish Fundamentalists
If the upcoming elections don't produce real change, if West Bank annexation becomes reality, if democratic norms and the rule of law continue to deteriorate, we need a new partition plan – this time, for Israel itself
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish visitors confront security guards at Tomb of the Kings, gifted to the French government in the late 19th century, which hadn’t been open in years
New Yorker Leah Forster is one of the few people to have been outed twice. The first time turned her life upside down, but the second has become a blessing for her career
Attorney general overrules 2017 ruling that allowed segregated refresher courses after woman files lawsuit over difficulties registering for defensive driving classes
Much of the reason for the low score can be attributed to education gaps in the country's ultra-Orthodox and Arab citizens
Rafi Peretz of Habayit Hayehudi denies religious coercion permeates many areas of life in Israel, says Israelis have nothing to fear as 'he lives according to the Torah'
Almost all annual 'role model' chosen by National Religious Education Administration are men, with the exception of male rabbis' wives
Menachem Karelefsky had reportedly threatened to kill the rabbi, whom he accuses of sexual abuse, for at least a decade
Investigators say the suspect had accused the rabbi of being a pedophile
'I'm not aware of anything in the Torah, the Bible, the Koran or anything else that suggests you should not get vaccinated,' bill's sponsor says in rebuke of criticism by religious groups
New York City declared a public health emergency in April amid a serious measles outbreak. But what is the cause, and how many members of the ultra-Orthodox communities actually get vaccinated?
While the scientific consensus supports vaccination and regards it as a historic boon to public health, the crowd and the emcee don't put much stock in that science
Ultra-orthodox soldiers complain they don't get good quality career guidance toward the end of their army service
Secular majority can’t force military service, but it can compel Haredi schools to teach children the core curriculum
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