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Israeli cellular companies provide phones without Internet connectivity for religious customers.
Most of the Jewish population is elderly and destitute, unable to protest or afford a proper cemetery fence.
Reuters Justice Minister Tzipi Livni has successfully marketed herself as a champion of liberal values. But liberal values evidently come a distant second to personal pique: Otherwise, she wouldn't be vetoing a bill to liberalize one of the most
Battle Escalates Chief Rabbis Metzger and Amar. 'Your end is near' Photo: Haim Zach Rabbis Metzger, Amar receive letter warning them to allow liberal female worshippers to pray at Western Wall plaza or face '100 bodies of haredim.' Women of Wall
32 pm Ralf Hirschberger/DPA, Via European Pressphoto Agency I was 42 when my husband and I began trying to have a child. Three years later, I finally accepted it wasn't going to happen naturally. We narrowed our options to two: use eggs donated by
Asked if he believed the recent months of political plots and intrigue had damaged the standing of the chief rabbinate, Stav said that damage had been done, but asserted that the public would be able to discern between good and bad, between the
04 Reported News Brief 6/3/2013, Sivan 25, 5773 Rabbinical Council: Maintain Kotel Status Quo Chief Rabbinate Council has announced Monday its demand to maintain the segregation tradition at the Western Wall especially during morning services on
There will be no acknowledgement of non-Orthodox conversions, but we will make sure the standard conversion process becomes mainly non-bureaucratic, and accessible to all. We will additionally promote and recommend prenuptial agreements for the
Yishai added, "This letter could only be sent, after media and Knesset encouragement of recent rampant incitement against Haredim. The police must do everything possible to find and prosecute those behind the letters." "The warmongers must weigh
Tovah Lazaroff The Religious Services Ministry announced last week that it would begin providing Reform and Conservative (Masorti) congregations with state funds to pay their rabbis' salaries. At least that is what a ministry representative said in