In light of the case, the Israel Women's Network will file a precedent-setting class action suit
Or Kashti is the education analyst for Haaretz Newspaper.
Women's groups that petitioned High Court push for formal ruling after Agudat Yisrael asserted that its membership policy is still determined by sages’ council
Spending on 'strengthening Jewish identity' in ways shared by organizations affiliated with Habayit Hayehudi rose last year to 211 million shekels ($59 million)
In an attempt to 'promote international research ties,' the West Bank university is pushing to attract foreign students despite the Ph.D. program not yet receiving official approval
The minutes of the committee meeting where the facility was approved reveal how the gatekeepers were moved aside with political pressure, leaving the hurriedly approved plan with critical questions unanswered
Of the nine groups approved to educate junior IDF officers, four are Orthodox or Orthodox-leaning ■ Only soldiers ranked platoon commander and higher will be allowed to hold meetings with pluralistic organizations
Jewish drivers may not be immune to violence, says one driver, but it seems that in the fraught meeting point between Jewish passengers and Arab drivers, 'racism quickly erupts'
University heads claim the move to open the school at the Ariel University was a 'diktat by politicians' that will pave the way for governmental interference in the educational system
Dress Codes and Separate Entrances: Gender Segregation in Israeli Universities Expands Beyond the Classroom
Although authorities limited separation to the classroom, modesty supervisors are active in hallways, libraries and building entrances
In protest letter, three professors mainly blast the 'expedited' approval for medical school in West Bank settlement
Sunday’s strike protesting an anti-gay surrogacy law resembles the battle against the separation of men and women in many areas of life, as demanded by the ultra-Orthodox
In 2016, responsibility was transferred from the military rabbinate to the head of the personnel directorate with the aim of maintaining the IDF as 'a national army in a democratic state.'
The Finance Ministry and the Population and Immigration Authority have accumulated millions of shekels in sick leave compensations belonging to Palestinian workers
Ultra-Orthodox soldiers are demanding such measures, and secular officers are complying
Israel's Government Advertising Agency completely reverses its policy in response to criticism that it 'discriminates against female' figures in the media
When a transgender man asked the Ayalon Insurance company to refund his mastectomy, he was told his policy does not cover mental disorders or psychiatric treatments
Decision comes in response to law extending Israeli jurisdiction over institutes beyond the Green Line
Tel Aviv District Court okays Chabad's planned program for Monday with the judge criticizing municipal authorities for trying to cancel it too late.
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'