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"It is a disgrace to Tiberias that these are [the city's] representatives."
“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.
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.
Today, it is simply a fallacy that haredim only study Torah all day and contribute nothing to society.
By IDO LEVY
“The Sabbath belongs to everyone,” Zohar said following the vote. “There is no law that is more democratic and Jewish than this.”
By GIL HOFFMAN
The bill would allow civil marriages to place in Eilat, but is facing opposition from all sides.
By JEREMY SHARON
"It’s extremely distressing that Israel, supposedly the de facto homeland for all Jews, is controlled exclusively by the Orthodox rabbinate, which discriminates against non-Orthodox rabbis..."
By THREE LADIES, THREE LATTES
The institute’s primary responsibility is making sure each child who is unable to live with his or her biological family has a warm and stable environment in which to live.
By SARAH LEVI
The drama moves back and forth in time and space, but essentially we meet Dassi (Osnat Fishman) at her wedding to Yaakov (Yoav Donat).
By HELEN KAYE
The major counter-protest comes after weeks of violent demonstrations by haredi extremists who blocked main traffic arteries in Israel in protest over draft warrants.
By UDI SHAHAM
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.
The government is a reflection of the majority in Israel, which is becoming increasingly right-wing and religious.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
"You Nazis, leave our neighborhood,” haredim shouted at secular activists.
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