Search results for tag "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.

  • Supreme Court bans Saturday shopping in Tel Aviv
    Written by on 26/06/2013
    Tel Aviv-Jaffa Municipality: We will study the ruling and find a solution to balance the day of rest and the freedom that the city allows.

  • Why did MK Moshe Gafni single out Hiddush in the Knesset?
    Written by on 11/04/2013
    MK Moshe Gafni (UTJ) is right about one thing: Hiddush works tirelessly to provide up-to-date facts and figures to policymakers on religion/state issues to advance the freedoms that were promised to Israelis in the Declaration of Independence.

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

  • Signs in Mea She’arim: “No Entry for Men in Uniform.”
    Written by on 08/09/2011
    Ultra-Orthodox wall ads blatantly express their distaste for soldiers. On Haredi site “Kikar Shabbat,” new ads are dubbed “new low for Mea She’arim.”

  • Majority in Favor of Transportation on Shabbat
    Written by on 17/03/2011
    A survey by the Central Bureau of Statistics also reveals that the majority of the public, including 15% of religious people, are in favor of opening shopping centers outside of cities on shabbat.


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