Search results for tag "Shabbat"

  • Three battle fronts: The Kotel, Conversion, and Shabbat
    Written by Uri Regev on 26/06/2017
    Israel's religion and state conflict is viewed as a key component of shaping Israel's path. Recent days have provided us with a good cross section of the scope, depth, motivations, impact, and potential consequences of this ongoing saga.

  • 73% support the Israeli Supreme Court's ruling regarding Shabbat
    Written by on 04/05/2017
    73% of the Jewish public in Israel supports the High Court of Justice's ruling, which approved the Tel Aviv municipal ordinance concerning the operation of business on Shabbat. This includes 97% of secular Israeli Jews, 72% of Tel Aviv residents, and most of the voters for the civil Government Coalition parties.

  • 73% support the Israeli Supreme Court's ruling regarding Shabbat
    Written by on 04/05/2017
    73% of the Jewish public in Israel supports the High Court of Justice's ruling, which approved the Tel Aviv municipal ordinance concerning the operation of business on Shabbat. This includes 97% of secular Israeli Jews, 72% of Tel Aviv residents, and most of the voters for the civil Government Coalition parties.

  • Supreme Court: Tel Aviv mini-markets may operate on Shabbat
    Written by on 20/04/2017
    Israel's High Court of Justice ruled on Wednesday in favor of Tel Aviv’s battle to expand facilities open to the secular public on Shabbat, saying that the municipality can permit mini-markets to operate on the Jewish day of rest.

  • Politicians and Shabbat – this is not the way!
    Written by Uri Regev on 30/01/2017
    Shabbat appears in the Ten Commandments twice; once anchored in Divine Creation and once in the context of social justice, concern for society’s weak.

  • 78% support permitting Tel Aviv shops to operate on Shabbat
    Written by on 19/01/2017
    78% of Jewish Israeli support permitting convenience stores to remain open on Shabbat in Tel Aviv, including 67% of voters for the Zionist Orthodox Jewish Home party.

  • 78% support permitting Tel Aviv shops to operate on Shabbat
    Written by on 19/01/2017
    78% of Jewish Israeli support permitting convenience stores to remain open on Shabbat in Tel Aviv, including 67% of voters for the Zionist Orthodox Jewish Home party.

  • Support for public transporation on Shabbat at highest level ever
    Written by on 01/05/2015
    What gives Israel its Jewish character? Is it liberty, justice and peace, as taught by the Hebrew Prophets, or is it the lack of public transportation on Shabbat, which greatly restricts the weakest sectors of Israeli society?

  • Support for public transporation on Shabbat at highest level ever
    Written by on 01/05/2015
    What gives Israel its Jewish character? Is it liberty, justice and peace, as taught by the Hebrew Prophets, or is it the lack of public transportation on Shabbat, which greatly restricts the weakest sectors of Israeli society?

  • Op-ed: The Shabbat Ordinance
    Written by Uri Regev on 18/07/2014
    In his latest op-ed, Rabbi Uri Regev suggests that wile addressing the Shabbat prohibitions and limitations – let’s not forget the need to invest in alternative, contemporary ways to enhance the positive spirit of Shabbat.

  • Interior Minister Gideon Saar jeopardizes accessibility to Tel Aviv convenience stores on Shabbat
    Written by on 02/07/2014
    Interior Minister nixes amendment that would allow small markets and convenience stores to operate on Shabbat in Tel Aviv. Hiddush CEO Rabbi Uri Regev wonders if this is a move for ultra-Orthodox political support.

  • The Far-Reaching Impact of Israel's Religion and State Conflict
    Written by on 29/09/2013
    Public support for criminalization of excluding women from the public sphere and public transportation and services on Shabbat shows just how far Israel's religion and state conflict influences everyday life.

  • The Far-reaching impact of Israel's religion and state conflict
    Written by on 28/09/2013
    As a part of Hiddush's latest coverage of the 2013 Religion and State Index, this week, Rabbi Uri Regev discusses Israeli public opinion on the criminalization of publicly excluding women and the national battle over shabbat.

  • The Far-Reaching Impact of Israel's Religion and State Conflict
    Written by on 27/09/2013
    From the battle over the exclusion of women from the public realm to public transportation on shabbat, the religion and state conflict has a serious and detrimental impact on daily life in Israel.

  • Supreme Court bans Saturday shopping in Tel Aviv
    Written by on 26/06/2013
    Tel Aviv-Jaffa Municipality: We will study the ruling and find a solution to balance the day of rest and the freedom that the city allows.

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