Barry Freundel
Victims of videotaping-mikvah rabbi to receive $14.25 million settlement

“Combating sexual abuse is always on the forefront of everyone’s mind,” said the former president of Kesher's board of directors.

Masks of Dionysus and Ariadne uncovered at the Castra site.
New archeological exhibition tells a story of an ancient city in Israel

A mikva was dating from the 1st century AD to the 7th century CE, indicating the existence of a Jewish settlement during the Roman period between the 1st-3rd centuries BCE.

Archaeologists may have found an ancient mikve near Marseille

The town, which is situated 90 miles northwest of Marseille, had a large Jewish population in the 13th century.

Man drowns in Jerusalem mikva

The circumstances of the man's drowning are still unknown.

NGO sues Jerusalem Rabbinate over mikva immersion without attendant

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.

Rivkah Bloom
MIT grad brings mikve observance into the age of technology

Today, MikvahCalendar.com has 65,000 users.

By Rivkah Lambert Adler
Women harassed, sent to dirty mikvas for requesting to immerse alone

Religious Jewish women immerse themselves once a month following their menstrual cycle.

Disabled accessible ritual baths few and far between

In Jerusalem, with a population of over half a million Jews, there is just one accessible mikve, when it should have five.

‘Hanukka miracle’ needed to complete mikvaot in time

Law banning progressive conversions in public ritual baths comes into effect in April.

Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef
High Court should deal with traffic violations not Jewish law, says Sephardi chief rabbi

Yitzhak Yosef: It’s a shame judges are involving themselves with Halacha.

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