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Popular rabbi rules vaccines that arrived on Shabbat can't be used

Hota ruled that Israelis must wait for the next shipment from Pfizer to vaccinate their children because it is forbidden for them to benefit from work done on Shabbat.


Eswatini: A religious COVID-19 vaccine mission like no other - opinion

The reality is that the COVID-19 vaccine roll-out in Eswatini, as in many parts of Africa, required a multi-dimensional approach.


Dutch rabbi resigns after comparing COVID measures and Nazism

Tamarah Benima, 71, left the Dutch Union for Progressive Judaism on Nov. 9, the rabbinical council wrote in a statement.


The NSO affair: Why Jewish privacy ethics matter

How can it be that a high-profile public matter with international human rights implications is seemingly all but ignored by the teachers of Judaism?


Breakaway hassidic leader greeted joyfully in US

Rabbi Shaul Alter broke away from the mainstream Gur community in 2019 and is now establishing institutions for his new hassidic community.

Am I a Jew? Australian? Both? - opinion

I was a full-time Jew and a full-time Australian – at one and the same time.

Yuval Cherlow

Rabbis call on Bennett and Biden to take climate conference seriously at COP26

A group of major Israeli Orthodox rabbis largely from the Modern Orthodox community wrote a letter on Friday calling on Bennett to treat climate change as a matter of the utmost importance.


Rabbi Sacks: Top educators reflect on his first yahrzeit

As we mark the first anniversary of his death, The Jerusalem Report heard the personal memories of four leading international Jewish educators of Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks.

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US Orthodox rabbis accused of secretly being Evangelical Christians

The two rabbis reportedly performed marriages and divorces, wrote Torah scrolls and even officiated Orthodox conversions.

Eliezer Melamed: Our intention is not to make them religious, but, rather, to fight assimilation and

Don't cancel Israeli rabbi for bridging gap with Reform Jews - opinion

We are allowed to disagree – the Talmud and Jewish tradition are replete with opposing views – but we should not boycott.

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