Rafi Peretz

Jerusalem Botanical Garden to light up for Winter Lights festival

The garden is a center for entertainment, tourism and cultural events as well as for education, training and research.

‘THE TORAH is a book that establishes the status of the common man.’

J'lem Mayor Moshe Lion attends Torah dedication against COVID-19 regulations

Also on Thursday night, events were shut down for Health Ministry regulation violations, including 15 weddings and a nightclub.


Parties start membership drives

Jerusalem Affairs and Heritage Minister Rafi Peretz sent a letter to the party’s current members informing them of a “big membership drive of religious Zionists."

MK Rafi Peretz, 2019.

Peretz entering government as minister of Jerusalem affairs and heritage

With Peretz, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's coalition will have 73 MKs.

Which students and teachers still need to stay home from school?

Children who have had recurrent hospitalizations due to complex illnesses will not be allowed to return to school without first

Education, Diaspora ministers decline to condemn Bible Contest remarks

Dr. Avshalom Kor said of one of the international contestants who had a rather sombre expression on their face “What does he have to smile about, he lives in exile.”

Peretz: Religious schools to open, coronavirus regulations will be kept

The education minister said that “we will continue to do everything to benefit all segments of the population.”

An empty school is seen after Israel shut schools as part of precautionary measures against coronavi

Education Ministry: School administrators to return to work next week

The only administrators that will be allowed to return, according to the statement, will be school principals, deputy principals, secretaries and janitors.

A child sits at the computer

Rafi Peretz requests to open daycares, schools return in online classrooms

Peretz said in a Facebook post that his request to re-open preschools and grade school up to third grade was rejected during the Saturday night ministerial meeting.

A GROUP of junior high school students are demanding the government fulfill its educational duty to

Education Ministry: No decision yet made about school after Passover

Distance learning has proven itself. We have received excellent responses from teachers and students, if the situation persists, we will put in more agenda."

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