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Three battle fronts: The Kotel, Conversion, and Shabbat

Three battle fronts: The Kotel, Conversion, and Shabbat

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.


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The MK who sees Israel as an enemy

The MK who sees Israel as an enemy

Yisrael Eichler, returning to the Knesset, lashes out against the state and its institutions. Now’s the time for a government that won’t be dependent on him and his comrades.

How Many Secular Jews Are There Really?

How Many Secular Jews Are There Really?

From media reports, a picture emerges of a strengthening of religion and observance of the commandments among the Jewish population in Israel, but actually, the reality is different: the public support for freedom of religion is steadily growing. Rabbi Uri Regev is convinced that the issue is becoming increasingly political, and whoever doesn't understand this in time will simply lose at the ballot-box.

Good intentions, wrong solution

Good intentions, wrong solution

The international battle over the Rotem conversion bill can only end with Israel instituting the ‘freedom of religion’ principle.

The Lesson Ram Emmanuel Learned in the Holy Land

The Lesson Ram Emmanuel Learned in the Holy Land

Haredim control the area around the Kotel (Western Wall), and anyone whose Judaism is a little different cannot celebrate his Bar Mitzvah there except in the way that they dictate. The White House Chief of Staff got an illustration of the violation of the freedom of religion in Israel.

What's Up With Shas and the Zionist Movement?

What's Up With Shas and the Zionist Movement?

If Shas is not prepared to adopt democracy and equality, its participation in the Zionist Federation should be prevented. If its intentions are opposed to these values, the best thing is for Shas to declare this openly.

The Conversion Law Fraud

The Conversion Law Fraud

The conversion law proposal that was supposed to help immigrants from the former Soviet Union has undergone changes which only strengthen the monopoly of the Chief Rabbinate. How the mighty have fallen.

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