Beards, push-ups and patriotism – a glimpse into the life of Rabbi Captain Michael Harari, chaplain of a U.S. Army attack reconnaissance battalion
Groundbreaking U.S. Rabbi Angela Buchdahl explains why she changed her mind on Jewish intermarriage, and what it's like to be the face of Judaism for many Americans, while not being kosher enough for Israel
U.S. Jews have a leadership problem, Alana Newhouse, editor of Tablet Magazine says, and warns: We can't afford to boycott everyone we disagree with
Anti-Semitism, Assimilation and the Paradox of Jewish Survival – an Interview With David Myers, New President of the NIF
A self-proclaimed 'tribal Jew,' historian David Myers explains why he'd be sad if his daughters married a gentile, and how anti-Semitism could end up fortifying the Jewish collective identity
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
Reform, Conservative Jews didn’t understand how Israeli system works on state and religion, where things move from the ground up, not the other way
The extremist ultra-Orthodox group was protesting against Brig. Gen. Moti Almoz and his part in the conscription of religious youths.
Bakshi-Doron, who served as Israel’s Sephardi chief rabbi from 1993 to 2003, was the final defendant in the case, in which several other former officials had been convicted previously
Rabbinate given deadline to end system requiring businesses to pay salaries of inspectors
Lawmaker's camp has long been in bitter dispute with religious rivals
'I need a solution,' says woman protesting outside Knesset because husband has refused to grant her Jewish divorce, as Israel stalls on legislation
Rabbi Yigal Levinstein, who had blasted military service for Orthodox women and made derogatory remarks about female soldiers and members of the LGBT community, says he's taking time off to study
The Haredi community is strong in its isolation from core Israel, but it’s not expelling anyone who marks the holiday
In break country with military policy, rabbi says religious officers, NCOs should not serve alongside women
Rabbi Shteinman says compromise that would allow women to serve as legal aides is unacceptable
At official Holocaust Remembrance Day ceremony, Prime Minister Netanyahu says world not doing enough to prevent genocide, mass murder in Syria and Sudan
Health minister and deputy education minister visit former fugitive Rabbi Berland, who was convicted on two charges of sexually assaulting women and minors
Followers of Rabbi Shmuel Auerbach are suspected of threatening executives at major companies so that they place ads in the paper
After criticism of previous proposal, backers of new draft legislation say it provides for women's rights and offers protection for disabled
For the first time the group was allowed to hold the ceremony just a few hundred meters from the Mount which is administered by a Muslim religious trust
Public relations at the expense of the ultra-Orthodox community is too tempting for shameless advertisers to resist.
The leafleting effort in Jerusalem and Petah Tikva follows a backlash over controversial comments by Rabbi Yigal Levinstein of the yeshiva in Eli, objecting to women in combat positions.
Court rules that the Rabbinical Court was unauthorized to rule on an appeal against the divorce.
Awareness of sex crimes has risen in ultra-Orthodox communities in recent years, but new affair shows community is still sticking by its traditional methods of dealing with offenders.
In letter, head of pre-army academy Yigal Levinstein describes women as God's 'best startup.'
Ultra-Orthodox community in four cities had been investigating and 'trying' the suspects itself, without involving the police.
Ultra-Orthodox leaders issue call to pray for death of 'evil' army recruiting officer, plan yet another large demonstration against 'Holocaust' of conscription on Tuesday.
'The army will ask itself what's preferable - quality, motivated fighters or unisex bathrooms,' Bezalel Smotrich writes in Zionist ultra-Orthodox publication.
IDF chief to meet with rabbis in bid to bridge gaps.
After explaining when it is allowed to kill non-Jews in widely vilified 'Torat Hamelech,' rabbis Shapira and Elitzur are downplaying their second volume. They call it a theoretical work, but liberal rabbis fear it may serve as a call to arms.