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The State Comptroller's 2017 report: a searing indictment

The State Comptroller's 2017 report: a searing indictment

Israel’s 39-chapter annual state Comptroller report, published on Tuesday, May 16, was nothing less than a blistering indictment of the unholy alliance of religion & state in Israel, providing multiple examples of criminality, corruption, and discrimination conducted by government officials in the arena of religion & state.


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Livni: No Core Curriculum, No Funding.

Livni: No Core Curriculum, No Funding.

Livni shared her thoughts at the “Israel 2021 Conference” and in an interview with the newspaper The Marker. Hiddush CEO Rabbi Regev welcomes her comments: “If Livni can fulfill her promise, there can be true social justice.”

Ben-Gurion Expressed Regret for Army Exemptions for Yeshiva Students

Ben-Gurion Expressed Regret for Army Exemptions for Yeshiva Students

Hiddush publishes a letter from Israel's first prime minister suggesting regret for the army exemption granted to men in yeshivot.

IDF Exempts Thousands Of Haredim

IDF Exempts Thousands Of Haredim

Coalition attempts exemptions "under the radar"

High Court to debate constitutionality of Tal Law

High Court to debate constitutionality of Tal Law

Statistics on haredi enlistment leave justices unimpressed

Poll: Year of national service no substitute

Poll: Year of national service no substitute

The poll was commissioned by the Hiddush organization and according to it, there is massive opposition among the public to the principal clause in the reform, approved by the government, to the Tal Law.

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