To judge from results in the last two elections, Rehovot is Israel’s bellwether. Where are the winds blowing in the city as the nation prepares to head to the polls?
For ditherers, the choice is between Zionist Union and Meretz (for the more conservative), and between Meretz and the Joint List (for the more radical).
In a two-day event held this week, the Tel Aviv municipal library unloaded its entire Yiddish book collection.
The good news: They’re not scared off by terror attacks or war.
Activists to deliver 'alternative' speeches to that of Netanyahu's at U.S. Congress, urging government to renew peace talks with Palestinians.
The new prenuptial agreement is the initiative of Tzohar, an organization of rabbis who aim to make Orthodoxy more palatable to secular Israelis.
The Halitza ritual requires an ultra-Orthodox widow to remove her brother-in-law's shoe and spit in his direction - if she wishes to remarry.
Speaking to a gathering of young internationals, Herzog says government’s responsibilities aren't limited to protecting and defending the citizens of Israel.
New film 'Unorthodox' explores the religious awakening, and heavy drug use, many U.S. high school graduates experience on Orthodox gap-year programs in Israel.
Noa Sattath, the director of the Reform movement’s local advocacy arm, plans to arm herself with Jewish texts to promote a shared society.