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Fair Education, a group where many of its members was educated in yeshivas, estimates that 83 yeshivas in New York City and 38 elsewhere in the state do not meet state secular standards.
It seems that at the next council, the national religious sector will be headed by two religious representatives who share almost all the same ideals but don’t speak to each other.
It seems that satisfaction with life is also related to the tendency to trust others.
The event was specifically designed so that there would be no infraction of the laws of the Sabbath, so that religious and secular alike could attend, including no music.
By JEREMY SHARON
"You Nazis, leave our neighborhood,” haredim shouted at secular activists.
By UDI SHAHAM
“The people who are filling the hi-tech world of Israel and our future generation of the Jewish state are completely disconnected from their heritage and Jewish identity,” Chikli says.
By MATAN DANSKER
Developments in Israeli society are leading to the disassociation of Zionism from secularism
By GOL KALEV
Of all the Jewish holidays, with the possible exception of Shavuot, this is the one that seems least important to the general population.
By REUVEN HAMMER
Just a few days ago, two female soldiers who were interviewed (with faces covered to hide their identity) complained about religious fanaticism in the IDF.
By ELI BEN MEIR
To me, Oz’s great contribution to Jewish culture is the boldness and directness with which he spoke about current issues, pointing out the great challenges ahead.
By YARIN RABAN
In the United States, even the most secular Jews make note of the days – some by doing something special, others by letting everyone know that they are specifically not doing anything special.
By MICAH HALPERN
Today, it is simply a fallacy that haredim only study Torah all day and contribute nothing to society.
By IDO LEVY
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