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The announcement of his boycott could lead to a broader boycott of El Al by the haredi community.
In recent years, Davos hoteliers have depended on a haredi clientele who flock there during the summer months, during the skiing region’s off-season.
“93Queen,” Orthodox filmmaker Paula Eiselt’s big-screen debut, documents one woman’s attempt to create an all-female version of Hatzalah with only strictly observant Orthodox members.
Netanyahu has been on the haredim's side all along, so why does everyone think that the new High Court ruling would suddenly cause the government to collapse?
By GIL HOFFMAN
Health Minister Yaakov Litzman described the ruling as “the worst and most wretched decision in the history of terrible decisions in the Jewish world.”
By JEREMY SHARON
The High Court strikes down Israel's new policy on haredi recruitment, deeming it to be discriminatory and presenting the gov't with a tight deadline to replace it.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Nafatali Benett said, “The department of education is leaping in infrastructure and achievements in math, physics, chemistry, English, while classroom sizes are shrinking significantly.”
By SARAH LEVI
Gross, a psychologist born in Syracuse, New York, is the founder and CEO of Tahel, the Crisis Center for Religious Women and Children.
By BARBARA SOFER
Yehoshua November’s new book exudes existential peril
By ROBERT HIRSCHFIELD
Vinig became a feature of Culture Club via the show’s host, Shifra Kornfeld, who recommended her for a position after having met her while working on a project in the past.
By RUTI ZUARETZ / MA'ARIV
Even though military service is one of the most blatant threats to the ultra-Orthodox lifestyle, it has become a rather attractive channel for broad segments of the community.
By ASAF MALCHI
It would be disastrous if the Supreme Court shuts down gender-separate college programs.
By DAVID M. WEINBERG
The good, the bad and even a mikveh
By DAVID ELIEZRIE
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