50 countries have state religions, but only the Jews cannot

The ongoing worldwide condemnation of Israel’s Nation-State law paints a chilling picture of what the world really wants for the Jews, and for Israel. Robert Harris, 8/16/2018, 9:05 PM

'The Status Quo is in danger'

National Union not happy with mass Shabbat violations caused by Giro d'Italia bike race, says agreement on religion-state issues infringed.Tzvi Lev, 5/6/2018, 10:51 AM

Is the media really hostile to religion?

Ariel University study reveals surprising data and shows how the media really reflects society.Reut Hadar, 1/12/2017, 7:40 PM

Defense Minister: Israel's greatest threat - Iran

Minister Avigdor Liberman sounds off on security threats, state and religion, and Elor Azariya during visit to city of Ariel in Samaria.Uzi Baruch, 9/12/2016, 7:03 PM

Yisrael Katz: Netanyahu knew about everything

Denying reports that Netanyahu was surprised by the extent of the railway work on Shabbat, Yisrael Katz says that he approved the workYoel Domb, 8/29/2016, 12:14 AM

Government offices to keep Shabbat

New directive bans state press releases, other operations by government offices on Shabbat.David Rosenberg, 5/9/2016, 5:05 PM

Knesset votes to universalize Shabbat 'day of rest' rights

Bill to extend Shabbat rights to all workers, religious or secular, passes initial vote.Arutz Sheva Staff, 3/25/2016, 8:11 AM

Tekuma Explains Religious Divide Threatening Jewish Home Split

National Union charges Jewish Home trying to remove religious Zionist 'Torah core' from party, 'belligerent' Bennett using them as 'pawns.'Nir Har-Zahav, Ari Yashar, 12/17/2014, 1:59 PM

'Jews Don't Differentiate Between Religion and Nationality'

Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman believes in keeping religion and state together - in certain contexts, at least.Hezki Baruch, 4/3/2014, 1:13 AM

Peres: Impossible to Separate Religion and State in Israel

There is no way to separate Judaism from the state of Israel, President Shimon Peres said Sunday.David Lev, 12/30/2013, 1:15 AM

Bayit Yehudi: We Must Vet All Legislation on Religious Matters

Any government decisions having to do with religion will have to be vetted by the Bayit Yehudi party, MKs decided in a meetingDavid Lev, 11/4/2013, 8:08 PM