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The new party is named Noam - A Normal People in Our Land, and has been established by activists connected to the conservative Har Hamor yeshiva in Jerusalem and its president Rabbi Tzvi Tau.
Liberman said that the conservative religious-Zionist parties and the haredi parties had taken public policy on religion and state to previously unheard extremes.
One of the interesting questions is whether the oaths were meant to prohibit individual (as opposed to collective) emigration.
Herzog learned from his grandfather how to be a mensch, and that is what the leadership of world Jewry requires more than ever.
By MARTIN OLINER
They performed sets inspired by their daily lives in the cities they now live in — be it a religious settlement or Rehovot.
By ELIANA SCHREIBER
Religious Jews are more likely to celebrate Jerusalem Day.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Seated next to them at the Shabbat table are their siblings who have, unfortunately, been taught to see the world in black and white.
By YAEL ROCKMAN
Twenty years ago, it would have been hard to believe that today almost every kibbutz in Israel would have a synagogue.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Le courant sioniste religieux a récemment entrepris de prendre part à la lutte contre le fléau de la prostitution
By HANNAH KATSMAN
The rabbis claim that the IDF is an inappropriate place for religious women owing to their proximity to young men and argue that women in the armed forces is forbidden by Jewish law.
By JEREMY SHARON
Her zest for life and her youthful spirit were at odds with her chronological age.
The light that the Nazis tried unsuccessfully to extinguish is now brighter than ever.
Israel and Judaism are inseparable, says American Zionist Movement president Richard Heideman.
By MOSHE DANN
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