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MK Yoav Kisch of the Likud speaks to supporters on Gideon Saar's Likud leadership campaign opening e

Raising Orthodox budget is 'main task’ for Education Ministry

Israeli MKs, many of whom have been opposed to the religious sector of Israel’s newest coalition government, rallied against Kisch’s comments.


Israeli man swindled $47m. from Orthodox Jews in Ponzi scheme - SEC

Yossi Engel also allegedly promised that investor funds would be used to purchase property in Israel that would be developed and sold.

By Scott Schwebke/The Whittier Daily News/TNS

What happens if you accidentally eat non-Kosher food? Jewish Tiktoker explains

Orthodox Jewish TikToker Miriam Ezagui explained what happens if someone accidentally eats something non-kosher.

Aliyah minister seeks to promote Aliyah of entire communities

Sofer met with a delegation of Orthodox rabbis from North America at the Nefesh B'Nefesh center in Jerusalem.


Rabbi Abraham Levy, influential leader among Britain’s Sephardic Jews, dies at 83

Levy had played a role in building the annual festival to its current status when, in its early days in the 1980s, his participation was unusual among Orthodox rabbis.


More and more Orthodox women get nose jobs before arranged marriage dating

Plastic surgery has become a growing trend amongst Orthodox and Modern Orthodox young women before they start dating.


Majority of victims of antisemitic crime in NYC are ultra-Orthodox, Hasidic - report

An estimated 97% of the 194 antisemitic hate crimes documented were carried out by people belonging to other minority groups.

American and Israeli Jews [Illustrative]

Orthodox Diaspora Jews, reach out to religious-Zionist Israeli leaders - opinion

It is about time that Orthodox and modern-Orthodox leaders and organizations invest in a relationship between Orthodox and right-wing American Jews and Israelis.


Majority of young Israelis fear for Israel's democracy - survey

A majority of Israeli youth and university graduates, both Jewish and Arab, responded that they feared for the future of Israel’s democracy.

By Sam Halpern

It is down to the wire with Netanyahu in forming a government

INSIDE POLITICS: The Likud negotiation strategy aimed to speed up partners to sign a skinny coalition deal that divides ministries and portfolios and postpone plans, reforms and budgets for later.

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