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JERUSALEM — Rabbi Eliyahu Bakshi-Doron, who served as Israel’s chief Sephardic rabbi for a decade beginning in 1993, was remembered as “a teacher for all Jewish communities in … more
The Kotel hosted the traditional Pesach priestly blessing service on Sunday, but unlike in previous years when the plaza's been jam-packed with worshippers, the service was kept to an absolute … more
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Israel rose to 10,878, the government reported on Sunday, with 103 fatalities as a result of COVID-19. Of those hospitalized, 174 were … more
While Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and challenger Benny Gantz have agreed to work towards the formation of an emergency unity government to end a bitter political standoff and respond … more
The two Orthodox lists surged in the hotly-contested U.S. portion of the World Zionist Congress elections. 123,000 American Jews voted, a record since balloting was open … more
When it became clear that the COVID-19 pandemic would reach Israel, Elli Rosenberg was one of a small number of medical professionals at the Soroka Medical Center in Beersheva to answer a … more
The Israeli Health Ministry announced new guidelines on Tuesday to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, including a call for all to stay at home unless it is “absolutely necessary” to … more
Israel’s chief Ashkenazi rabbi ruled that Jews should not touch or kiss mezuzot, so as to avoid infection by the coronavirus, and the president of the Conference of … more
TEL AVIV — “Where’s the Chagall?” asked a visitor to this city’s Gordon Gallery on a January morning in 1996, hoping to glimpse one of the prize lots being auctioned … more
"Happy are those who dwell in Your house.” — Psalm 84 It’s official. Israel has been named the 13th happiest country in the world. So says the 2019 United Nations World Happiness … more
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