Israel has barred public Lag Ba'omer barbecues, which typically dot parks across the country, and even as it has begun lifting some restrictions, large gatherings remain illegal.
What’s it like to get married in the midst of a pandemic? Increasingly restrictive directives from the Health Ministry are impacting weddings. ‘In Jerusalem’ spoke with some of those affected.
Rabbinic group Tzohar launches initiative to send rabbi to marry couple wherever they need.
After a long day of reporting on missile strikes, Channel 12 news reporter Branu Tegene was filmed dancing at a wedding in Sderot – and Netta Barzilai surprises couple at their Beersheba wedding.
The relationship [with the machatunim] is awkward because its starting point is not a relaxed conversation about news, weather and sports, but rather about business – who pays for what?
"The Israeli public wants an open and welcoming Judaism without coercion and most importantly one which respects every person’s path and customs," said Masorti leader Dr. Yizhar Hess.
"We must continue to fight for our freedom and the freedom of our country."
‘Iran is here,’ Conservative Rabbi Hayun says about religious-inspired move
Members of Knesset grilled representatives of the Religious Services Ministry about the content, style and instructors of the mandatory classes.
No holds barred