Search results for tag "public transport"

  • Today's liberal spiritual-terrorists - just like the Tower of Babel
    Written by Uri Regev on 07/11/2019
    The weekly Torah portion erupts like a volcano, just at the right time, for today’s spiritual-terrorists are operating with exactly the same methods as the generation of the Tower of Babel. The builders of Babel had a clear agenda, and they tried to forcibly force the whole world to accept it and act according to it.

  • Will the municipal revolution become a national revolution?
    Written by Uri Regev on 07/11/2019
    This month, a historic makeover is underway in the arena of public transport on Shabbat, originating from the initiative of a number of mayors in Gush Dan, the most prominent of which is Ron Huldai, the mayor of Tel Aviv.

  • 73% Israeli Jews support the use of public transportation on Shabbat
    Written by on 09/08/2017
    At a Knesset hearing, Hiddush presented a recent public opinion survey measuring the extent of support among Israeli Jews for public transportation on Shabbat. According to the findings, 73% of the Jewish public supports partial or full availability of public transportation on Shabbat.

  • 73% Israeli Jews support the use of public transportation on Shabbat
    Written by on 09/08/2017
    At a Knesset hearing, Hiddush presented a recent public opinion survey measuring the extent of support among Israeli Jews for public transportation on Shabbat. According to the findings, 73% of the Jewish public supports partial or full availability of public transportation on Shabbat.

  • Israel's religion and state conflict take the Knesset's winter session by storm
    Written by on 16/10/2013
    Knesset lawmakers are starting up the winter session right where they left off; equality in sharing the burden, accesibility of religious services, and public transportation on shabbat were immediately addressed by several cabinet members.

  • 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.

  • Haredi bus fares 50% cheaper than "secular" bus fares
    Written by on 05/08/2013
    Some argue that the fares are cheaper because Egged dare not antagonize ultra-orthodox communities.

  • Shabbat buses
    Written by on 01/05/2012
    Hiddush and the youth forum "Bamah" team up to rally for public transportation on Shabbat

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