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New Right leader says those who are overly stringent on performing Jewish conversion ‘are causing massive damage to Israel and Judaism, blames ‘haredi’ Chief Rabbinate for the problem.
From an individual perspective, basic rights are being violated because of the ban on non-Jews marrying Jews in Israel.
Almost 40 percent of Israelis would however accept a non-Jew as the spouse of their children.
Conference of European Rabbis makes move in agreement with Chief Rabbinate
By JEREMY SHARON
Adam Thomas, who named his baby after Hitler, briefly attended yeshiva in Jerusalem
By AMY SPIRO
Rabbi Yitzhak Peretz submitted his letter of resignation earlier this week.
The prime minister is navigating a complex web of issues to figure out when he wants the next elections to happen.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Three sins of exclusion animated the elapsed Israeli year, and a fourth overshadowed the rest
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
Nativ continues to function to this day, with programs both in the civilian and military spheres.
By RABBI REUVEN HAMMER
Our readers respond
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
The original draft required the prime minister merely to receive advice from the chief rabbi serving as president of the Supreme Rabbinical Court.
Being called the “Jewish State” carries with it responsibility.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
The endless rabbinical squabbling and dallying over conversion will ultimately seal the fate of the Jewish population in the Jewish state
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