Latest stories by

National Service Not Enough

National Service Not Enough

Hiddush commissioned poll: Opposition to Tal Law

Don't Put Secular People Off Religion

Don't Put Secular People Off Religion

Shmuel Shetah, leader of the Ne'emanei Torah Ve-Avodah (Believers in Torah and Work) movement, calls on religious soldiers to respect their secular colleagues

Participation In The March

Participation In The March

The CEO of Ne'emanei Torah Va'Avodah explains on the "Kippah" online site why it was important to participate in the Stretcher March.

The reviews began, the number of kollel students shrank

The reviews began, the number of kollel students shrank

Tightening supervision of yeshivas led within two months to a drop of 6.5% in the number of registered students. Rabbi Uri Regev: The increase in oversight reviews initiated by the finance and education ministries is sacred work

Hiddush Poll: Support For Gay Marriage

Hiddush Poll: Support For Gay Marriage

Hiddush’s Religion and State Index, conducted by the Smith Research Institute: 53% of Israel’s Jewish citizens, including 74% of secular Jews, are in favor of letting same-sex partners get married

Rabbi Ovadia – a brave ruling

Rabbi Ovadia – a brave ruling

Uri Orbach in an article on Ynet: Shas leader made a ruling that all other rabbis were afraid to make

 Margi received pension of NIS 1.8 million

Margi received pension of NIS 1.8 million

An employee fired from the Religious Affairs Ministry filed a suit alleging that the pension monies were paid to the minister illegally

High Court petitioned to allow civil marriage

High Court petitioned to allow civil marriage

The Jerusalem Institute of Justice petitioned the High Court to cancel the Civil Union Bill for Israelis with no religious affiliation

Ex-ultra-Orthodox mom won’t lose child

Ex-ultra-Orthodox mom won’t lose child

Haredi father sought to deny his ex-wife custody of their children. The court denied his request

Religious coercion in Israel escalating

Religious coercion in Israel escalating

U.S. State Department report on religious freedom worldwide finds increase in religious coercion, discrimination, and violence in Israel. Reports: Validity of 40,000 conversions in doubt, 360,000 new immigrants cannot get married

Take Action!