Friday, April 27, 2018
The bill would require the state to recognize only conversions completed under the auspices of the haredi Orthodox-dominated Chief Rabbinate.
Canada's Jewish General Hospital says it plans to disregard a new bill banning religious symbols from public sites.
The Knesset will not alter its dress code barring “short skirts and short dresses” but will put a new mode of enforcement into place, which includes issuing warnings before denying a Knesset employee entry to the parliamentary building.
Nestled in greenhouses throughout the greater Baltimore region are hundreds of etrog trees with kosher etrogim.
Evangelicals, who have been advocating for Israel for years, have historically let the Jews take the lead. Laurie Cardoza-Moore, for one, is excited that they are poised to take on a prominent role. An evangelical TV host and activist, Cardoza-Moore backs President Donald Trump’s pick for U.S. ambassador to Israel, David Friedman, a supporter of the settlement movement who is deeply skeptical of the two-state solution.
The bill would limit the volume of the call to prayer and the loudspeakers of all religious institutions during the day and silence them at night.
The concept of laws, as we know it, is corrupted. We frequently apply laws as is convenient: "What can I get out of it?" we ask.
Jews are the most warmly regarded religious group in America, according to a new survey by the Pew Research Center.
The Church of England’s Diocese of Guildford moved to bar Rev. Stephen Sizer from 'speaking on any theme that relates to the situation in the Middle East.'
This week's parsha looks at taking care of our emotional state.


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