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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.
By BENJAMIN PORAT
Deal, which mandates automatic acceptance of RCA credentials, not formally signed yet; rabbinate refuses to comment.
By JEREMY SHARON
Observant Jews tend to have in mind a specific view of what law is and how it operates
By JOSHUA BERMAN/MOSAIC
Stav hopes that Israel’s rabbis will be more sensitive to secular values; the crux of the rabbinate’s policy, though, will remain the same.
By BEN SALES/ JTA
ITIM director: It's unconscionable that Conversion Authority discouraging spouses of Israelis to convert in national system.
Religious soldiers denied option of using earplugs in ceremonies in which women sing.
Ask the rabbi: Jewish law forbids not only illicit sexual relations, but also actions which might lead to such behavior.
By SHLOMO BRODY
In addition to evaluating what aspects of your Jewish identity matter, be honest about your personality traits and their compatibilities.
By SASHA INGBER/JOINTMEDIA NEWS SERVICE
This week, we read two Torah portions: Tazria and Metzora.
By SHMUEL RABINOWITZ
Rabbi Nathan Lopes Cardozo says Jewish law has become stagnant, conformist and out of touch with reality.
By ALAN ROSENBAUM
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