Education Ministry to set aside nearly one million shekels for trips to settlement facility dedicated to helping young Israelis foster 'a deeper connection to God by embracing their biblical and cultural heritage'
Residents and local officials in Ariel are sure their city will continue to thrive, irrespective of the future of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
Netanyahu's glaring exclusion from the event would be latest sign of recent tensions between the Israeli prime minister and Adelson, his longstanding patron
Barely two weeks after Isaac Herzog takes over, head of fundraising steps down
From women rabbis to LGBTQ rights, the list of issues dividing Orthodox Jews keeps growing. Will the religious pendulum swing away from the hardliners?
The Chief Rabbinate’s monopoly in Israel should be broken, Diaspora Jews should speak out about the Western Wall deal and Jewish activists should not be turned away from the country’s borders, says Israel's new opposition leader
Major Israel fundraiser JFNA says 'disappointed' with controversial law, which stipulates that only Jews have right to self-determination in Israel
Netflix's 'Wild Wild Country' has inspired travelers from around the world to visit Antelope, Oregon in search of vestiges of Osho's cult. A quirky little museum is there to remind them that 'there was more going on here than kumbaya'
Missive by liberal religious leaders is response to a letter published last week by over 200 other rabbis, who labeled LGBT community ‘perverts’ and their behavior 'aggressive terrorism'
His time at the Agency will probably be remembered more for what he didn’t accomplish than what he did, at the Western Wall and on Israel’s conversion policy
Organized by a consortium of Israeli civil society organization, the event was held to protest the controversial nation-state law, passed this month, that downgrades Arabic as one of the country’s official languages.
Responding to growing solidarity after Dov Haiyun's interrogation by police, Conservative movements launch fundraising campaign
The program that offers free trips to Israel reiterates that it does not inquire about its applicants’ political views
New docudrama ‘Who Will Write Our History’ uses reenactments, archival footage and interviews to depict the heroic efforts of Emanuel Ringelblum and cohorts to capture the reality of Jewish ghetto life during the Holocaust
One is a former beauty pageant contestant, the other a traditional, hijab-wearing mother of six. Haaretz visits Kafr Qara to hear about a unique mayoral race
Over 75 percent of Israelis think Israel’s interests are important to the U.S. president, while only 3.5 percent of Israeli Arabs think he cares about Palestinian interests
Foreign Ministry spokesman concedes that bragging about non-Orthodox weddings in Israel – which are not recognized and can even be illegal – was not the smartest move
'There are many reasons to be proud of Israel,' wrote former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak commenting on the video. 'Freedom of marriage is not one of them'
A group of 26 women recently went on a first-of-its-kind tour, looking to discover stories about the many women – rescuers, survivors and victims – often overlooked in Holocaust history. The last in a series of special reports
Noting that Regev had voted in favor of the original plan to create an egalitarian prayer space at the Western Wall, they accuse her of hypocrisy and capitulation to narrow political interests