Rel. Zionist judges appointed to Supreme CourtNine judges - including three from religious Zionist movement - appointed to Supreme Rabbinical Court.
Bennett slams Netanyahu for fence-buildingJewish Home chair attacks PM's plan to surround Israel with fences, asserting Zionism should be based on Judaism not survival.
Haredi Paper Attacks New Conversion CourtsYom Leyom, the voice of haredi party Shas, comes out strongly against conversion courts that circumvent the Rabbinate.
Ariel: Budget 'Preserves' Religious Zionist AgendaDespite cuts in the new state budget, funds for Religious Zionist causes were preserved, said Agriculture Minister Uri Ariel.
'Sooner or Later All Jews Will be in Israel'Rabbi Goodman of Orot College tells Arutz Sheva about the mission facing young religious Zionist emissaries being sent around the world.
'Pressure to Build Outweighs Pressure to Destroy'With the impending demolition of homes in Beit El, senior rabbis in the Religious Zionist community call on the public to demonstrate.
Would a Modern Death Penalty be Kosher for Israel?Many Religious Zionists push for the implementation of the death penalty for convicted terrorists. Rabbi Dr. Jeffrey Woolf explains why.
Finding a Religious Zionist Foreign PolicyWhat should a 'Jewish foreign policy' look like? And how does Judaism view international alliances and imperialism?
Jewish Home Founder: Party Needs a RethinkRabbi Dr. Daniel Tropper, a pioneering founder of the Jewish Home party, says the party could have done better.
PM Looks to Steal a Chunk of Jewish Home MandatesTrailing in polls, Netanyahu seeks to convince religious Zionist voters to choose Likud over Jewish Home in open letter Thursday.
Piron: Yesh Atid is Not Rejecting Any CoalitionYesh Atid MKs discuss issues with Petah Tikva residents, including opinions on separation of church and state, and Palestinian state.
Public Transportation on Shabbat is a 'Disaster'High school and yeshiva students issue letter to PM Netanyahu and Bennett demanding full ban of public transportation on Shabbat.
Torah Sociology: Rel. Zionists and the Shulchan AruchThe religious Zionist community often feels it is trying to dance at two weddings at the same time, and participating in neither event the way it really wants to.
MK Slams Incitement Against Religious ZionistsDeputy Religious Affairs Minister Eli Ben-Dahan notes statements against other rabbis amount to 'desecration of G-d's name.'
'They Insult Our Rabbis, and We Remain Silent'Jewish Home MK blasts hareidi Knesset MKs over 'ingratitude' to Jewish Home, Religious Zionist community.
'Settlers' Make Up 16% of New OfficersTheir proportion among new company and battalion commanders is 4 times their part in the general population.
Former Minister Yosef Shapira Dies at 87Former Minister Yosef Shapira, one of the leaders of the NRP and long-time activist of the Bnei Akiva, died on Saturday at the age of 87.
Haifa University Rejects Professor Over PoliticsUniversity board reportedly refuses to grant doctorate to Nobel Prize Winner Yisrael Aumann over pro-Zionist views.
MK Stern Explains Views, Fights Fire with FireIn an interview with Arutz 7, MK Eliezer Stern discusses the Conversion law, hesder yeshivas, and Religious Zionism
Photos: Rabbi Zuckerman Laid to RestRabbi Avraham Zuckerman, who passed away at the age of 98, was laid to rest at the cemetery in Kfar HaRoeh on Sunday.
Bennett and Ariel Talking About Permanent UnionMinisters Naftali Bennett and Uri Ariel have agreed to begin talks on a permanent union between the Bayit Yehudi and Tekuma.
Rabbi: Zionists Fought Hareidim, and LostThe Rabbinate elections show the religious-Zionist community what happens if it fights the hareidi world, religious-Zionist rabbi says.
Torah MiTzion Sends Off Emissaries With a BlessingTorah MiTzion holds sendoff for 40 new shlichim with a special blessing. Hesder graduates will enhance Religious Zionism the world over.
Likud List Won't Hurt NU, Says CandidateOrit Strook, a candidate on the National Union’s Knesset list, says she does not believe the Likud list will negatively affect her party.
Joyous Religious Zionist Siyum Hashas in JerusalemThousands dance and sing at the religious Zionist movement’s Siyum Hashas. Rabbis and public figures join in.
Zionist Yeshivas Won’t be Affected by Tal Law EndMinisterial committee approved bill regulating Zionist yeshiva students' army service, despite Shas opposition.
Rivlin Hosts Religious Zionists Rabbis at KnessetSenior religious Zionist rabbis met with Likud ministers to lobby for the "regulation law" that would save Yesha's threatened communities
1000 Religious Zionist Rabbis Meet to Stress UnityArutz Sheva meets attendees at the conference of religious Zionist rabbis, who reaffirm the importance of national unity.
Historic Meeting of 1000 Religious Zionist RabbisA thousand religious Zionist rabbis met in Jerusalem and talked about the unity of Jews and Jerusalem. Rav Kook would have rejoiced.
Interview: Rabbi Haim DruckmanA7 had the opportunity to interview Rabbi Haim Druckman about the state of religious zionist shortly before he received the Israel Prize
Justice Minister: Kippah is the True Iron DomeMinister Ne'eman says Israel's main problem is not the rocket fire but hatred between Jews.
New Idea: a 'Religious Zionist Knesset Lobby'Fourteen religious Zionist MKs find a way to unite without party unification.
New: Yeshiva Recruits to the Israel PoliceIsrael Police welcomes 18 new recruits, religious Zionists who combine learning Torah in yeshiva with studying to become an officer.
Religious-Zionist World ChangingA new study exposes the growing ideological diversity in the religious-Zionist world, names the three groups that influence most.
First Religious Police AcademyIsrael's first religious police academy, geared to the religious-Zionist sector, is close to opening its doors.
'Zionism Is About Redemption'In his opening address at the RZEI conference in Jerusalem, Rabbi Chanan Porat says settlers have become a force so great nothing can uproot it.
Powerful, Leaderless EngineReligious Zionism celebrates its accomplishments; former MK warns that it had better unite behind a religious authority.
Haaretz Links Rabin's DeathHaaretz newspaper manages to link an ideological pioneer movement and a “generation of national religious figures” to Rabin’s assassination.
Building Freeze Losses CoveredBuilders and residents: Losing money because of the construction freeze in Judea and Samaria? The government will pay you back.
Yeshiva Sports: Prep for LifeA simple basketball competition in the national religious yeshiva league may actually be preparation for future life skills and IDF service.
Last-Minute Deal in Petach TikvaThe Education Ministry, the city of Petach Tikva, and local schools have reached a last-minute deal to absorb 100 immigrant pupils.
The dangers that lurk on the path to gloryOur youth are so extraordinary that we have great and justified expectations of their level of morality, and we must not let one crime cloud that truth.
Temple Destruction ReduxSome of us seem to have decided to work on another Churban Habayit - destruction of the Temple and of our homeland.