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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.
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.
The 1,500-year-old tablet is chiseled with 20 lines of Samaritan script.
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.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
The nation-state bill has proved to be a topic of contention in the Knesset, where now MKs are butting heads over its impact on Jewish identity in Israel.
The lawsuit filed on Wednesday argues that the demand for a woman seeking to immerse alone to sign a disclaimer form violates her privacy and dignity.
By JEREMY SHARON
The Israeli Chief Rabbinate currently has a monopoly over the issuing of kashrut certificates, though a recent High Court ruling has opened the door to a shift in the status quo.
Rubinstein was credited with being an expert not only in Jewish Law but also in legal and Jewish ethics.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Husband in question has refused to give a divorce for 17 years and has sat in jail for most of that time.
Jewish law regards saving one life as saving a whole world and as providing consolation to those who have lost loved ones.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
The poll results come against the background of controversial comments made by two prominent national-religious rabbis in recent weeks that aroused intense opposition.
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