Police extricate Uri Maklev and wife from dozens of protesters shouting 'murderer' at them
'For God’s sake, when will they stop being silent? When did they give up on the Jewish people?' Labor leader Avi Gabbay wonders
In a story about the last living survivors of Nazi doctor Josef Mengele, the photo prompted anger from readers and an apology from the publication
While in 2013 there were 11,900 Haredi girls in technological majors, this year they number 17,300, an increase of 45 percent
United Torah Judaism lawmakers ask Netanyahu to 'call Lieberman to order' after the visit; Shas MK says he is ‘irresponsible and unworthy of being defense minister’
Leading Israeli Rabbi Says 'Healthy Men' Will Be Distracted by Women Soldiers on Mixed Army Missions
Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman calls comments by Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu and fellow religious-Zionist Rabbi Shlomo Aviner about mixed-gender units 'benighted'
'We are not only guardians of the status quo, we are also promoting Shabbat observance,' the lawmaker said
Rabbi Shlomo Aviner, who encourages service in the army, said his followers should go so far as to disobey orders in order to avoid placement in mixed units
The Sephardi ultra-Orthodox Shas party, which initially supported the legislation, may now to oppose it
Divorce rates in the Haredi community are catching up to those of the secular Jewish population. Beyond the usual reasons for untying the knot, many cite another: declining religious observance by their spouse
Agriculture Minister Uri Ariel called to join the prayer service - held as part of a Jewish holiday - for plentiful rain 'due to the harsh drought'
Ultra-Orthodox parties in the government coalition are working to to shut down a bill permitting Shabbat openings, but some cities are trying to beat them to the punch
Ultra-Orthodox Israelis have begun prioritizing education and profession – so much so that more than half of young Haredim now dont marry before 25
Decision by Yesh Atid leader Lapid, who pledged to fight religious coercion, reportedly forced two party members to abandon their own candidacies
94-year-old Rabbi's Eulogy Signals He Is Heir Apparent to Shteinman, Late Leader of Israel's ultra-Orthodox
Head of Bnei Braks famed Ponevezh yeshiva set to lead non-Hasidic ultra-Orthodox following death of 104-year-old 'greatest rabbi of his generation'
Rabbi Shteinman, Leader of Israel's ultra-Orthodox and 'Greatest Rabbi of His Generation', Dies at 104
Rabbi Aharon Yehuda Leib Shteinman was regarded as a pragmatist, but he continued to believe that the only education necessary was the Torah
Hundreds of Thousands Attend Funeral Procession for Rabbi Shteinman, Revered Leader of Israel's non-Hassidic ultra-Orthodox
Considered 'the greatest rabbi of his generation,' Rabbi Aaron Leib Shteinman had been hospitalized a number of times over the past year
Signs urge women to dress modestly, keep off of sidewalks where men congregate ■ Beit Shemesh says removals suspended 'due to violent public disturbances'
Rabbi Yaakov Aryeh Aler, who ordered Health Minister Litzman to resign, rules Israel's most powerful ultra-Orthodox group with a firm hand
Prime Minister's Office says ministers agreed that legislation will be advanced to preserve the status quo on Shabbat observance