Chabad has advocated for years for moments of silence in public schools, seeing them as a means for reflection and promoting more considered behavior.
It also marks a significant shift from a June 6-7 Reuters/Ipsos poll that showed 48% had an unfavorable view and 52% a favorable view.
A number of Jewish groups say the decision could roll back church-state separations that have protected schoolchildren from religious coercion for decades.
Under the current system in Oslo, Jews can be forced to work on some of their holidays.
In the case of Roe v. Wade, social media have served for people to vent their frustration, with calls to violence and threats against US Supreme Court justices.
Israel's Labor, Welfare and Health Committee approved abortion reforms, which would allow women easier access to treatment.
The event's organizers have stated that the reason for the protest is to demonstrate against the decision from afar.
The ex-Yisrael Beytenu deputy minister says 10 years in jail is unduly harsh.
The US Supreme Court overturned the Roe v. Wade court case on Friday that legalized abortion in the US in 1975.
With the overturning of Roe V. Wade in a United States Supreme Court decision, here's how abortion access and restriction will look in each of the 50 states: