Search results for tag "Passover"

  • Lawfare Project vs. Hiddush – They Got it All Wrong
    Written by Uri Regev on 02/06/2022
    We were astonished to read the blatant and baseless attack against Hiddush, which fights for freedom of religion and equality, and against our partners in the petition we filed with Israel’s Supreme Court: The Secular Forum and fourteen parents of Israeli soldiers.

  • What has not changed in the last year from previous years?
    Written by on 14/04/2022
    How much has changed (or not changed) since last year in the arena of religion & state in Israel?

  • Is American Orthodoxy not Orthodox?
    Written by Uri Regev on 03/04/2022
    We hold that both non-Jewish and non-observant Jewish soldiers have rights that must be respected and that this does not detract from the kashrut status of food provided by the IDF to all soldiers.

  • 54% Israelis: IDF soldiers have right to eat chametz
    Written by on 17/03/2022
    In light of the public and political battle that accompanies the petition Hiddush submitted (on behalf of itself, the Secular Forum, and a group of parents of IDF soldiers) to reduce the sweeping ban against leavened foods during Passover on IDF bases, Hiddush decided to survey the positions of Israel’s adult Jewish public on this matter.

  • Why do they do it? Because they can!
    Written by on 03/03/2022
    This week, the Supreme Court issued a ‘show cause’ order against the IDF in a petition Hiddush submitted regarding non-observant and non-Jewish soldiers being allowed to possess chametz in their own private domain (or in pre-designated spaces) and consume it during Passover.

  • IDF forcing soldiers to keep kosher for Passover
    Written by on 25/11/2021
    Next week, Hiddush will submit a petition to the Supreme Court against the IDF, demanding that it change its regulations regarding its policy on chametz on Passover in army bases.

  • How is this Passover different?
    Written by on 29/03/2018
    The enslavement of the Israelites in Egypt is an important memory, but, on THIS holiday of freedom, no less important is our awareness of the ongoing battle for freedom of religion and conscience TODAY. Ironically, these are denied to people in Israel, especially to Jews!

  • A reflection for Pesach 2017
    Written by Uri Regev on 06/04/2017
    We at Hiddush realize that we need to view the concept of freedom beyond simply delivery from slavery, and as we celebrate Passover this year, we are ever motivated to bring Israel more fully into a state of religious freedom and equality.

  • 2014 Passover Supplement
    Written by on 22/04/2014
    Hiddush's 2014 Passover Supplement includes a variety of both in-depth and concise explorations of the holiday's themes of freedom of religion, equality, pluralism, and the universal responsibility to uphold and pursue social justice.

  • Passover Video Blog: A call for freedom and justice in 2014
    Written by on 22/04/2014
    Hiddush CEO Rabbi Uri Regev offers discusses the themes present in the holiday of Passover that connect directly to Hiddush's mission for a free and just society in 5774/2014.

  • Join Hiddush in celebrating the Festival of Freedom!
    Written by on 13/04/2014
    Hiddush is pleased to offer our friends and followers the 2014 Passover Supplement. This year, we renew the call for freedom of marriage and divorce in Israel for Israelis and all world Jewry!

  • Hiddush offers a Passover supplement for your seder
    Written by on 22/03/2013
    Hiddush is pleased to provide our supporters an additonal reading on the Festival of Freedom.

  • Rabbi Uri Regev on NPR
    Written by on 25/04/2011
    Uri Regev quoted on kosher livestock feed

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