Jewish Home Candidate Opposes Women's IDF Service#17 candidate Sarah Eliash sparks some controversy after Army Radio reveals old interview stating that she accepts Rabbinate ruling.
IDF Opens New Mixed-Gender BattalionThe Bardelas battalion will be comprised of 50% women and 50% men and serve mostly in Central Command.
Study Finds Women Don't Belong in CombatNew book shows women in combat suffer much more serious non-combat injuries, alleges IDF cover-up.
More Than 1500 Religious Women Enlist in IDFThe trend for observant women to apply for the draft is growing - and one organization helps them serve while keeping true to Torah values.
Hareidi MK: IDF Draft is Violence Against WomenHareidi MK says mandatory draft for women, religious or secular, is a form of ‘serious violence.’
MKs Torpedo Equality in IDF – Women's Groups MumThe plan was to shorten men's service and lengthen women's, but it seems feminists don't like the second part.
Rabbi Riskin on Women’s Enlistment: It’s a MitzvahRabbi of Efrat weighs in on women’s enlistment controversy, says enlistment opponents are ignoring modern reality.
'Women's Groups Pushing Out Religious Soldiers'Maj. Gen. Orna Barbivai preparing new directives that will make service in IDF more difficult for religious soldiers. Rabbis protest.
Female Officers Demand Variety in Nail PolishDozens of female officers demand an exemption from the rule that only allows three colors of nail polish.
IDF to Choose: Women or Hareidim?Political organizations and women's groups are pressuring the IDF to place women in more combat units.
Controversy as Rabbi Weighs in on Women in IDFFormer IDF rabbi causes controversy with proposal that women, men have different roles.
IDF Seeks Religious Jewish Female SoldiersIDF higher-ups discuss ways to boost enlistment among religious Jewish women.
‘What if a Female Pilot Falls Captive?’Former IAF commander says the possibility of a female captive soldier should be part of IDF dialogue on women in the army.
Pride and Embarrassment for Mixed-Sex UnitOne of the unit's female fighters performed heroically. Another cowered behind a bush for 90 minutes.
Combat Officer Runs with Soldiers while PregnantWomen combat officers are common in the IDF, but one commander went one better – training soldiers while eight months pregnant.
Bill to Make Women's Draft Refusal IllegalLaw proposed by female MKs would make it tougher for women to avoid enlistment.
MK Katz: Women Harmed by Service in Combat UnitsNU head exposes research that shows women suffer 4-10 times more serious injuries than men, hints at cover-up.
IDF Rabbis Against IDF Chief Rabbi on 'Exclusion'IDF rabbis tell Arutz Sheva there was no justification for self-flagellating conference on "women's exclusion" in IDF.
Latest 'Exclusion': Candle Lighting in Mixed UnitYediot Aharonot leads with – apparently inaccurate – story about hassidic singer who asked women to "go to the back."
Officer: Leftists Stirring 'Women's Singing' PotMaj. (res.) Yoni Setbon of the Ra'ananim movement says leftists feel threatened by growing influence of religious Zionist officers.
Chief of Staff Weighs in on Women's SingingLt. Gen. Benny Gantz says he did "not like" rabbi's call to leave IDF if soldiers forced to watch female singers.
Do Feminists Cover Up Risks to Female Soldiers?Forum for a Strong IDF: women's groups mislead public about "an epidemic" of hip stress fractures, ruptured discs and uterine prolapse.
MK: Welcome Religious Soldier, Don't Fight ThemMK Otniel Schneller comes out strongly against reserve generals who said religious soldiers prevent women's advancement in the IDF.
Generals: Religious Soldiers Hurt Women's Status19 Res. major-generals say religious soldiers force their lifestyle on others, preventing women's advancement. They also fight.
IDF Appoints Religious WomanCol. Rachel Tevet will become the IDF's Adviser on Women's Issues – possibly making life easier for religious male soldiers.
Soldiers Forced to Hear Song?Soldier’s father says religious officer cadets were told “plug your ears,” not allowed to leave performance.