Israeli chief of police dances with Torah scrolls in Tel AvivDuring 'second hakafot' in nightclub, Israeli police chief dances with Torah.
WATCH: Torah celebration - in Tel Aviv night clubTel Aviv nightclub celebrates 'second hakafot' after holiday with music and dancing.
A new yeshiva - in southern Tel Aviv"Everyone who joins the neighborhood, changes the situation" - Rabbi Ahiad Ettinger works to bring fellowship back to southern Tel Aviv
Watch: She won $18,000, but prefers Bible studyGitta Neufeld, $18,000 winner of game show "Jeopardy," tells Arutz Sheva why she attends the Gush Etzion Bible Conference year after year.
The Bible-study revolutionMore than 7,000 people gathered this week to study Torah together at the world's largest Bible conference in Gush Etzion.
"Doctors' strike - illegitimate"Rabbi Ido Rachnitz questions the religious legitimacy of the ongoing doctors' strike.
Berland indictment tomorrowAuthorities announce that Rabbi Berland will be indicted tomorrow, after a whirlwind of extended arrests and threats of violence.
Teacher, leader, guideRabbi Mordechai Krauss, who headed Yeshiva Oros Chaim for over 30 years, has passed away.
The Torah scroll invalidated by the DisengagementAfter Gush Katif expulsion Torah was found to be invalid - even though it had been completely valid in its decades of use in Gaza.
A Tu B'shvat Torah for the IDFDaniel Marks celebrates his dream Bar Mitzvah in moving Torah dedication ceremony at the Shomron Regional Brigade base.
How Many Israelis Read the Torah? You May Be SurprisedNo less than 95% of Jews in Israel have a Tanakh in their home, with 68% of the total population revering it as a holy book.
Ancient Scroll Discovered in 1970 Read for First TimeA Hebrew bible scroll dating to 500 CE, found in Ein Gedi in 1970, has been deciphered for the first time thanks to cutting-edge technology.
Revolutionary Ruling Protects Dignity of Torah ReadersMa'ale Adumim rabbi rules that not embarrassing a Torah reader takes precedent over correcting his mistakes.
Most Secular, Traditional Jewish Israelis Want to Study TorahPoll reveals that a majority of Israeli Jews who do not define themselves as 'observant' want to learn more about their roots.
Ridley Scott’s 'Exodus': Big Story, Small PictureThe Biblical Balaam knew what has escaped Ridley Scott.
Orthodox Service Raises Storm Calling Women to TorahCommunity in Shoham starts having female congregants read from Torah, as rabbis and locals note 'this opposes Jewish law.'
Continuing to Study Torah is 'Part of the Battle'23rd annual Bible seminars in Gush Etzion take on added meaning as part of 'spiritual battle' against Hamas.
Bringing the 'Torah from Sinai' in Time for ShavuotNaftali Kalfa releases new single weaving words from the Jewish texts with a moving soulful melody.
Preparations Underway for Landing Torah on the MoonEuropean Space Agency confirms it was commissioned to test a capsule meant to carry a Torah scroll to the moon.
YU President: 'The Torah Was Given to Us to Live in this World'YU President Richard Joel explains why a Torah lifestyle is a balanced and meaningful lifestyle - without giving up on the world at large.
Record Number of Rabbis to Graduate from Yeshiva UniversityDean of US Modern Orthodoxy's flagship rabbinical seminary explains how his boys are bucking the trend of US assimilation rates.
Case Closed Against Authors of 'The King's Torah'Case against authors of "The King's Torah," the book which had msm calling for authors' indictment, has been closed by Att'y General.
NY Jewish Girl Wins National Torah CompetitionA 14-year-old Jewish high school girl won her division of the national Torah competition, held last Sunday at Yeshiva University.
Six Torah Scrolls Stolen from Tzfat SynagogueChabad rabbis burst into tears on the Sabbath after thieves stole six Torah scrolls from their 160-year-old Tzfat synagogue.
PocketTorah App Makes Jewish Learning Possible AnywhereThe PocketTorah app provides users with the ability to learn weekly Torah and Haftarah portions anywhere, at any time.
Chabad Gives Children 'The Joy of Torah'Chabad Youth is running its annual Chumash Celebrations - a program for second graders who are beginning to study the Torah at school.
Murdered Fogels Remembered with Torah Scroll from HolocaustA Torah scroll that survived the Holocaust is being donated in memory of five members of the Fogel family murdered by Arab terrorists.
Video: A Return to the Jewish Index of the BibleCreative Israeli project reprints the five books of the Torah using the original, ancient Jewish division of the chapters.
Thousands of Children Help Write Torah ScrollMore than 5,000 children in Rehovot, south of Tel Aviv, wrote letters on a new Torah scroll. Many had never seen a Torah scroll.
Torah Scroll from Ashes of Holocaust to IDFYoung Israel donates 200th Torah scroll to IDF Thursday. Scroll, saved from the ashes of the Holocaust, goes to IDF base near Tel Aviv.