The center will conduct comparative research on the world's three major monotheistic religions - Judaism, Christianity and Islam - to dispel 'dangerous' stereotypes.
Rules changed in wake of a barrage of complaints by patients.
A Facebook status update complaining about the arrangements has been shared by thousands of users since Monday.
Ministry of Health publishes revised rules, after the original regulations prompted a barrage of criticism late last year.
Head of the Health Ministry's medical administration says more beds will be allocated to neonatal departments in the agreement with the Treasury calling for 1,000 additional beds.
Advertising tobacco products in newspapers and on the Internet to be prohibited, while cigarette companies will be forbidden to sponsor events.
The Health Ministry has decided to subsidize the chromosomal microarray analysis, at a cost to the state of an estimated NIS 2 million to NIS 3 million a year.
Amir was convicted of conspiring with brother Yigal Amir to kill Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, and was held for 16.5 years in solitary confinement; Friends say he expresses no regrets.
Medical center used application on cell phone to track whereabouts of physicians.
IMA chairman accuses hospital director of breaking agreement with staff by figuring out doctors' whereabouts outside the hospital when they report they are working.
’A very important development in Jewish law,’ says President of the Israeli Conservative Movement Rabbinical Assembly.
Tel Aviv University's Kantor Center warns however that in the past few years the scope and brutality of anti-Semitic attacks has risen.
Station officials invite former residents of China who now live in Israel to enter 'My Chinese Experience,' a story competition.
The documents are expected to help researchers measure the scope of persecution and extermination of Jews in the former Soviet Union.
Delegation on behalf of UJA Federation of New York's Israel Trauma Coalition plans to arrive at French city to treat Jewish community in wake last month's murderous attack on a local school.
Community Security Network is first of its kind in Canada; volunteers to patrol and monitor Jewish sites and institutions.
The father and his five children were buried at Rehovot's Marmorek Cemetery: Guy Shaer, 38, Itamar, 2, Shira, 3, Amitai, 7, Evyatar, 8, and Eliav, 12. The children are survived by their mother, Avivit.
Proposed change would allow men who had same-sex intercourse 10 or more years ago to donate blood that will be accepted by the blood bank.
Study, due to be completed in April, disproves widely held view that philanthropic donations from the United States have dropped over economic, political reasons.
Speaking after the funeral for Toulouse shooting victims in Jerusalem, Alain Juppe says France is doing everything it can to restore full safety in schools and synagogues.
Jewish community leaders in Belgium, England and Italy express solidarity with France, while acknowledging Monday's shooting was not dissimilar to attacks their communities have faced before.
French schools to stand for moment of silence for four victims of shooting on a Jewish school in southern France; Sarkozy and Hollande suspend election campaign.
Foreign Ministry expresses outrage over killings in Jewish school in southern French city; French chief rabbi says he is ‘horrified’ by the attack; White House condemns attack.
Noted Israeli author says amount of immigration from the United States is minimal and embarrassing; claims that the Holocaust was a Jewish failure.
Greece's economic crisis has wrought havoc on the country's middle class, rattling the foundations upon which Jewish communal institutions stand.
Activists cite segregation at schools as an urgent problem and demanded sanctions be imposed on schools that refuse to enroll students of Ethiopian origin.
Indian authorities expel Chabad representative in Cochin, accusing him of converting foreigners.
Rabbi Zalman Bernstein charged by Indian authorities for failing to declare on his visa application that he would be conducting religious activities and of trying to convert foreigners.
Cuts are part of across-the-board cuts the Finance Ministry has ordered at all ministries.
operation is the first of its kind in Israel and one of few isolated procedures worldwide.