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Husband’s divorce recalcitrance led the Jerusalem Rabbinical Court to order Egged to fire the husband due to his refusal to grant his wife a divorce
Move stems from concern featuring women could lead to haredi vandalism; company to still feature men, women elsewhere.
By MELANIE LIDMAN
Promoting pluralism, Yerushalmim Movement launch advertising campaign on buses under slogan "because J'lem is for us all."
By JEREMY SHARON
When the train arrived, people pushed toward the open doors to get in. As I moved with them, the doors to the train shut right on me.
By ANNE B. SHLAY
Palestinian terrorist wrenches steering wheel from driver, runs bus down steep ravine killing 16 people and injuring 17.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
Judge condemns 'Kav Layla' driver for abusing his position, says he 'harmed society' as well as passenger, a minor.
By JOANNA PARASZCZUK
11th-hour agreement has rail carrier grant workers 25% raise, agree to no dismissals until 2030
By OREN KESSLER
After nearly 1.5 years labor dispute between Israel Railway workers, management, Eini and Railways CEO make headway.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Failure to reach deal would mean train strike starting Tuesday, potentially followed by other transport carriers.
Driver also convicted of falsely imprisoning 17-year-old girl on bus.
Histadrut chief demands that Israel Railways reverse recent firings and suspensions as a precondition to negotiations.
By OREN KESSLER, JPOST.COM STAFF
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