Hospital denies having any such procedure of treating the observant first, says it’s committed to helping those who care keep Shabbat
A Channel 13 investigation reports that United Torah Judaism Chairman Yaakov Litzman pressured mental health officials into granting furloughs, lightening risk assessments for convicted ultra-Orthodox sex criminals
The ultra-Orthodox parties are demanding even less work on Shabbat. If they win, Israel has a lot to lose
The Flushing yeshiva is the ninth Jewish establishment to be shut down since New York Mayor Bill de Blasio declared a public health emergency last month
Weekend work permits for Eurovision complicate Netanyahu’s coalition bargaining with ultra-Orthodox parties
Netanyahu did nothing for 10 years, but things have changed. Now it’s his own neck on the line, and suddenly Israel is ripe for a judicial revolution to override the High Court
The Kayama support group, started by a woman living in an Israeli settlement, connects some 100 mothers undergoing the stigmatized procedure while living in religious communities
The increase in the number of exemptions marks a serious setback for the government in its efforts to bring more ultra-Orthodox Israelis into the labor market
The show follows a recently widowed man and his son as they try to find love within the confines of their strict religious life
The Haredim's weight on the state treasury will intensify until taxpayers revolt and rise up against their oppressors
Egged bus company responded to complaints by saying bus line is mainly used by religious passengers and driver used 'poor judgment'
Ultra-Orthodox parties have shifted national priorities and the worst is yet to come, warns report by the Shoresh Institution
One of the main reasons for the wage gap is the difference in weekly work hours between the two communities, as well as which careers are most common
Rabbi Menachem Mendel Taub was largely known for his efforts to memorialize Holocaust victims
Former Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman, who says he won't join government unless ultra-Orthodox men are drafted, could vote against amended bill - which is expected to pass even without his support
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?
Petition demands Israel recognize the movements by their official names instead of 'renewed' communities and their leaders as rabbis rather than 'community leaders'
Both the ultra-Orthodox parties and Lieberman are up in arms
Yisrael Beiteinu party leader Avigdor Lieberman is making legislation requiring ultra-Orthodox conscription a condition to joining the government
The Brooklyn center failed to follow instructions issued after the city declared a public health emergency, New York City's Health Department says
Yisrael Beiteinu chairman says he would recommend Netanyahu for prime minister, but 'we'll go to elections again' if haredi conscription law not brought to Knesset; ultra-Orthodox parties plan to unite against him
The driver allegedly covered her face with her sweater and refused to accept the man's transfer, shouting 'Measles! Go in!'
Yaakov Litzman suspected of accepting bribes related to alleged attempts to influence psychiatrist's assessment that prevented extradition of accused pedophile Malka Leifer
For Israel to achieve political stability, the electoral threshold must be raised. This can have two possible models: The tribal or the radical
Removal was 'a matter of showing respect for the rabbi,' a Gur Hasidim source says