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Although the doors to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre have been closed in past, Safadi said the church was closed “for the first time in over 1,000 years."
Religious leaders of different faiths join Rivlin in condemning violence, terror and incitement.
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Haredi MKs vow legislative override.
By JEREMY SHARON
While attacking the religious-Zionist community, the minister took particular aim at the Tzohar rabbinical association which has gained great popularity with traditional and secular Israelis
Government figures have hit back at the torrent of condemnation it has faced over the cancellation of the Western Wall agreement.
On Sunday, the cabinet overturned a January 2016 decision that would have created a prayer space at the Western Wall for men and women to pray together.
By BENJAMIN DUKAS
As a contentious debate over conversion recognition flares, take a look at some high-profile converts who have struggled with the policies of the ultra-Orthodox Chief Rabbinate.
By BECKY BROTHMAN
The ruling comes more than three years after the Tel Aviv municipal authority first approved a new bylaw legalizing the opening of such stores.
Defense Minister Liberman called for a boycott against Haaretz, Israel's sixth-largest Hebrew daily newspaper.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Leaving issues of religion and state to an ultra-Orthodox monopoly is leading to
estrangement between Israel and the Diaspora. New arrangements must be reached.
By YEDIDIA STERN
The MK’s bill says that there is a need to define the prayer areas of the Western Wall, the authority to conduct prayer services and to “prevent offending the sensitivities of the worshippers."
Official calls legislation a "disaster abroad but necessity here."
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