The High Court has given the state until next week to deliver its answer.
Israel's treatment of the Palestinians and its dismissive attitude toward non-Orthodox Jews are key factors in the growing rift.
Pruzansky, the rabbi of one of the largest Orthodox congregations in the United States, has drawn considerable fire over the years for offensive remarks he has delivered against women, Arabs and liberals.
Kushner was listed as a member of the national board of Friends of the IDF until Haaretz submitted questions on the matter.
Israeli author Yuval Yareach's 10-year journey to write 'The Silences' was complicated by the fact that he knew so little about what his grandmother lived through.
Israeli gay rights and anti-occupation activists join demonstration outside U.S. Embassy in Israel, some holding signs attacking Netanyahu: 'it's possible to bring center and left together.'
In its decision to issue visas to African converts, the Israeli government is effectively granting formal recognition to this emerging Jewish community for the first time.
'This was directed at us,' says chairwoman of the feminist prayer group Women of the Wall.
Students from the Open Hillel movement will rally in D.C. urging Hillel to end its financial partnership with Israel's Diaspora Affairs minister, citing his 'disregard for democratic values.'
Opponents of Iranian deal slam appointment of aide who played key role in drafting nuclear accord.