Tel Aviv District Court okays Chabad's planned program for Monday with the judge criticizing municipal authorities for trying to cancel it too late.
Or Kashti is the education analyst for Haaretz Newspaper.
Mayor Ron Huldai showed that the liberal camp also has values worth standing up for, whether at Rabin Square or anywhere else
In losing the bidding process, the Reform movement laments 'blatant discrimination against non-Orthodox Judaism and an egregious waste of public funds'
Last month some 30 refugees applied to join the Histadrut. The labor federation’s convention allows anyone working in Israel to join, but they were stonewalled with various technical excuses
Parents who inquired why the picture was covered up were told 'long discussions had been conducted on the matter'
Shift comes in the wake of a High Court petition challenging the army’s policy which views failure to attend seminar as ‘defying an order’
Education Ministry 'foiling attempts at integration into society,' say parents who want state-run Haredi school system to incorporate subjects like English, math
The Histadrut says asylum seekers cannot join because they lack work permits, even though the rules make them eligible. It initially claimed there was a technical obstacle to accepting their applications
Students at Kfar Sava school say speakers were almost all religious at event marking anniversary of merger between East and West Jerusalem
The school chief apologizes for the ‘one-sided’ discussion after being told he should have known what to do because Education Minister Naftali Bennett had attacked the NIF in the past
Government pushing bill that would punish foreign Jewish men who refuse to grant a divorce and would also apply to some Israelis married outside of the rabbinate
‘If they would have asked me to wear a skullcap, I would have done so,’ said Aharon Barak about the setup for his speech at ultra-Orthodox campus of Ono College
28 elementary school principals in the city have announced a boycott of the upcoming event. Education Ministry says separation derives from the need to take 'body images of boys and girls at this age' into consideration
Civil service is an alternative for Israelis who don't serve in the army; in battle over courses offered to ultra-Orthodox Israelis, court allowed the state to continue excluding women
Reversing Government Decision, Top Court Lets Bereaved Palestinians Enter Israel for Joint Memorial Day Ceremony
Throwing out the defense minister's claim that ceremony by bereaved Israeli and Palestinian families is in 'bad taste,' court calls Lieberman's decision insensitive
After judge rules need for segregated course not proven, it emerged that many ultra-Orthodox candidates were willing to study with women
Israeli Court Slams Government for Discriminating Against Women With Male-only ultra-Orthodox Training Course
The decision is a blow to those who support institutionalizing separation between the sexes for Haredim in the army, the academic world and the civil service
Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman says alternative event is 'not a memorial ceremony, but rather a demonstration of bad taste and insensitivity'
Combatants for Peace will hold its 12th annual ceremony together with the Parents Circle — Families Forum in Tel Aviv after the Holon municipality reneged on its agreement to hold it in its sports hall, claiming it was 'political'
Israeli university heads will pay a high price for staying silent as academic institutions in the settlements are annexed to Israel