'Over the last two or three years, demands for women's exclusion are on the rise again, even in communities that aren't ultra-Orthodox'
Critics say the bill, which was passed its first reading 36-30, discriminates against women, non-Jews and members of the LGBT community. 'This road is leading us to a halakhic state'
Rosen dedicated his life to finding solutions to integrating technology and Jewish religious law
Ten women's rights groups say that the so-called Jewish nation-state bill and Jewish law bill would bolster religious law, a move that could be harmful for women
Netanyahu appointee Moshe Nissim, tasked in mid-August with heading off crisis with Diaspora Jews, admits he hasn’t even begun
Judaism can survive in the post-ethnic world only if its rabbis give up the ceremony of cutting off babies' foreskins of their own initiative
Jews born out of incest or adultery are labeled 'mamzers' by religious law, meaning they can only marry another mamzer or a convert. A new exhibit in Jerusalem seeks to shine a light on this ‘terrible injustice’
Legal opinion comes as committee convenes Monday to discuss controversial nation-state bill
The proposal of the so-called 'Nation-State Law' has been submitted as a regular law rather than as a basic law, which has constitutional status
Members of groups with a Jewish connection from Africa, Asia and South America may get a chance to stay longer in Israel, even if they fall short of citizenship