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Some 8,000 ultra-orthodox students will study at higher education institutions in the coming academic year, according to a presentation by the Council for Higher Education (CHE) on Tuesday to the Knesset Committee on Education, Culture and Sports.
Individuals would meet me for pastoral counseling or to begin reciting kaddish to mark a parent's passing, and they would describe their deceased parent as having been Orthodox. As we would talk a bit more, I would learn that the parent's kitchen
Kim Raff Tribune file photo) Father Matthew Gilbert is one of three Salt Lake Valley priests of the Greek Orthodox Church...The Salt Lake Tribune First Published 4 hours ago Updated 8 minutes ago It was far from a consensus, but the Salt Lake Valley'
The report made headlines around the world and cast Margolese into the spotlight as a defender of the rights and values of the Modern Orthodox community in Beit Shemesh, a city of approximately 75,000 just off the main highway between Jerusalem and
Hynes, who has been investigating sex crimes in the community for four years, released the names in a policy shift, according to the New York Post. Previously, Hynes had felt that releasing the names could further hurt victims or deter others from
Public health officials discovered a case of measles at a kosher grocery store in the Orthodox community of Spring Valley, N.Y. The Rockland County Health Department advised anybody who was at the store, Hatzlacha Grocery Store located at 80 West
Rabbi Yosef Shalom Elyashiv, leader of the Lithuanian ultra-Orthodox community in Israel and one of the most well-known figures in the Haredi world, died Wednesday at the age of 102. Elyashiv died Wednesday at Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem,
He was a generous passer, he said of the school's Law Review editor and the future U.S. president. He was competitive, but at an appropriate level of competitiveness...It's an acquaintance that continues to serve Diament to this day on his mission of
Companies, has clashed with fellow developers like Donald Trump and Joseph Moinian, and has wrestled with New York's powerful construction unions over wages and work rules. Now, at the planned $15 billion, 26-acre Hudson Yards development on the West
Charles Hynes's refusal comes as New York judges ruled for a mistrial in the case of Baruch Lebovits (above). Photograph: New York Daily News/Getty Images Brooklyn district attorney Charles Hynes has refused a freedom of information request for