Incident allegedly takes place in protest of controversial bill that limits the volume of the call to prayer from mosques
'It is most consistent with the individual’s right to self-determination that parents not be allowed to make this decision,' says Ethics Board
Exclusive: Rabbi claims Ofsted’s concern for safety is really about ‘social engineering’
Chairman of the Knesset Finance Committee criticises haredi participation in higher learning programs
Cannabis may be used for medical reasons during Passover, despite previously being forbidden
The ancient jewish festival of Passover starts on the evening of Friday 22 April this year
'We now know what the original Jesus movement looked like and the unexpected role sexuality played in it'
The distribution of religions across the world
Eighty-one-year-old Renee Rabinowitz was asked to move after an Hasidic passenger refused to sit next to a woman
Anti-Islam groups have been criticised for claiming the Muslim holy book incites terrorism
'Anti-Semitism is a particular problem on campus, where Jewish students are often left feeling threatened and vulnerable'
Ofsted inspectors also found books 'where images of females had either been erased or radically changed'
The Israeli Antiquities Authority turned to its Facebook followers to help identify the seemingly mysterious gilded object
This year Hanukkah takes place between the 6 and 14 December
'It’s not about religion, it’s not about race,' one Jewish leader commented. 'As Canadians we have to stick together.'
Jewish children with no home and, soon, no parents, were not really welcome in the United States during World War II