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The couple is being sued by Washington lawyer Jeffrey Lovitky, who alleges they failed to disclose investments in two law firms.
Filmmaker Eliyahu Ungar-Sargon’s latest documentary takes a powerful look at the practice of infant circumcision from a uniquely Jewish perspective.
While the death penalty is on the books in the State of Israel, the country has only civilly executed one person in its 65 year history.
Religious Jews have traditionally not kept dogs as pets, despite the many benefits of doing so. What is the place of pooches in Judaism?
By RUTH JUDAH
Mavoi Satum director Batya Kahana-Dror says the solutions for women denied a divorce by their husbands can be found in Jewish law, as long as it is applied correctly.
By PEGGY CIDOR
As Asher Grunis leaves the stage, the debate on judicial intervention and whether the new chief justice will be for or against it has been reignited.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
See Shabbat times for your area.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
“It amazes me how Hebrew Law, which was formulated 2,000 years ago, is applicable to current legal problems. Sometimes there’s a great philosophy in only one or two sentences.”
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
The initiative, called Meshivat Nefesh, follows an eight-month pilot period in which leading female halachic experts have answered more than 200 questions on a popular websites.
By JEREMY SHARON
In a challenge to the Chief Rabbinate’s monopoly on marriage and divorce, new wedding service will use legal loopholes to circumvent draconian laws banning Orthodox, non-rabbinate marriage.
The baby drowned to death in the southern city of Ashdod earlier this week.
The draft still includes a clause that demotes Arabic from being an official language to being one with "special status."
By LAHAV HARKOV
MKs unleash verbal assault on committee chairman Slomiansky.
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