New Jersey woman loses inheritance for marrying a JewA woman who alleged her father disinherited her for marrying a Jewish man lost her appeal in a New Jersey court.
New rabbinical law limits exorbitant prenuptial agreementsIn the wake of divorce complications, the Jerusalem Rabbinical Court issued a new ruling today: no exorbitant prenuptial agreements.
Watch: Saudi family therapist gives advice on wife beatingSaudi therapist, Khaled Al-Saqaby, claims women's desire for equality causes marital strife.
Terminally ill man allowed to convert after years of struggleAfter years of bureaucratic hardship, couple finally allowed to undergo Orthodox conversion, marry and make Aliyah.
Make your marriage a priorityIs your marriage vibrant or just tolerable?Learn how to be in a relationship with each other,talk to each other,understand each other.
Ministers and marriage?While on a tour, Minister of Tourism and Samaria Regional Council Head helped a groom-to-be propose to his sweetheart.
C.R.I.S.I.S.Chazaq Shidduch Network will provide updated information to all shul shidduch committees. Stronger networking = more shidduchim
Bring More Love and Joy In Your Marriage10 things Happy Couples Avoid…Avoid negative attitudes .."Date" each other regularly.Laugh...Keep things light and fun.
Shidduchim - Singles dating via shadchanimLook for a shadchan who has found shidduchim for singles similar in hashkafa or background to your child. Keep in touch with the shadchan.
Stop the complaining: How to overcome negativityOur complaining builds a wall of negativity around us. Instead of complaining, become solution oriented.
Roommates or Soulmates? Revive Your MarriageReignite the spark.Focus on your spouse in a positive and connected way...Express your feelings of love and appreciation daily.
Learning the art of marriageMy wife and I have known each other for 48 years - but only now, after a medical crisis, have I begun to truly appreciate her.
Dash of LOVE - lots of loveHow can we preserve the bond of love and friendship to last throughout our marriage?
Marriage 911: What is your spouse really feeling?Get emotionally closer to your spouse; improve your listening skills; seek to understand - and then be understood. Go on a listening tour.
Shidduch Coaching: Successful Dating TipsSocial Skills Training and 'Shidduch Coaching', can help turn social anxiety and painful rejections into an enjoyable dating experience.
10 habits to build a strong marriageInfuse NEW ENERGY into your relationship. Be proactive in your love life. Make more time for your spouse. Express your love every day.
MARRIAGE 911: How to become a forgiving personDo not indulge yourself in toxic thoughts that you must have something and you deserve it - this attitude will bring you much anger.
Shidduchim 101Singles need to look 'well dressed' and 'put together' before they enter into the dating world.
MARRIAGE 911:How to Talk About Your Resentment6 Steps To Bring HAPPINESS and CLOSENESS Into Your MARRIAGE.
Finding and keeping your 'bashert'How to avoid the Dating Game Mistakes.
Marriage 911: Letting go of resentments and revengeChange revenge into forgiveness.
Marriage 911: Three secrets revealed (part 1)Let go of resentments, train yourself to let grudges go - and why 'being fair' is a recipe for disaster.
5 tips to help you find your soulmateA few thoughts on how to navigate the dating scene.
Marriage 911Don't ignore your fears - confront them.
PA Allows Its First Woman to Perform Muslim WeddingsPalestinian Authority recognizes Tahrir Hammad as first female qualified marriage officiant.
Rabbinate Cracks Down After Transgender Marriage GaffeAfter Rabbinate fooled into marrying a woman to a transgender man, Religion Ministry demands computerized background testing.
Rabbinical Courts: 'Gett' Movie Demonizes UsBatei Din offer a harsh review of the film 'Gett', which they compare to the libelous 'Jenin, Jenin.'
Could a New 'Halakhic Pre-nup' Help 'Chained' Women?Tzohar rabbinical organization reveals groundbreaking new legal initiative to help solve the 'agunah' crisis.
MK: Change Law Threatening Prison for 'Off Record' MarriagesAn MK seeks to change a law which threatens prison for Israelis who don't tell the Rabbinate they are married.
A 'Unique' Year of Religion and State in IsraelRabbi Stav of the Tzohar organization tells Arutz Sheva about weighty religious bills and thirst for Jewish identity in Israel.
IDF Hero from Operation Protective Edge EngagedLt. Eitan, who crawled into a Hamas tunnel to retrieve the body of IDF officer Hadar Goldin, is reportedly engaged.
Chief Rabbi Lau Helps Free 'Chained' Woman After 14 YearsAshkenazic Chief Rabbi lauded for breathing 'a new spirit' into the rabbinate, after helping an agunah end her 14-year struggle for divorce.
Watch: Officer Proposes at Military Staging GroundShai Vitovsky was called up to serve in Gaza just as he was planning to proposed to his beloved, Lihi Granot. He did the honorable thing.
New Law to Prevent Rabbis Taking Wedding FeesNew law proposed by MK Shuly Muallem would prevent rabbis from taking 'unfair' fees, aimed at supporting young couples.
Stern: Chief Rabbinate Dismantling ItselfHearing on religion & state discusses Chief Rabbinate's refusal to recognize all US Orthodox rabbis . Stern: Rabbinate self-destructing.
‘Sometimes 20 is Too Young for Marriage’Jewish educator takes Knesset to task for double standards on marriage law, but warns youth not to rush to marry.
Tzohar: Release List of State-Approved Diaspora RabbisRabbi David Stav, Tzohar's director, calls on Rabbinate to released list of rabbis abroad who can legally determine Jewish status.
Video: MK Hotovely Marries Or AlonMK Hotovely turned into MK Hotovely-Alon at the long awaited wedding Monday. Sights and sounds from the great moment.
Proposal: Rabbis Cannot Take Payment for WeddingsA new proposal would see state-employed rabbis banned from taking payment for conducting marriages in their jurisdiction.
‘Why Does Israel Want Me to Divorce?’Businesswoman asks why couples in business together are punished for being married.
Lapid: I’ll Push Civil Marriage, Reform JudaismYair Lapid says his agenda includes civil marriage, dialog with Abbas, and bringing reform Judaism to Israel.
Rabbi: Western Culture Raising Divorce RatesRabbi warns that focus on self-fulfillment leaves marriages in trouble.
Orthodox Dating Website Frumster Changing Name to JWedWith thousands of marriages to their credit, religious dating sites merge. "With G-d's help, by you too", as the Yiddish saying goes..
Judge Overrules Jewish Mother, OKs 10-Year-Old Child's BaptismA British judge has allowed a 10-year-old Jewish child to convert to Christianity against her Jewish mother’s wishes.
Two Thirds of Israeli Men Unmarried at 29Five of six men, five of seven women aged 25-29 in Tel Aviv are still single, survey finds.
Saudi Organization Launches Overseas Marriage InitiativeA Saudi organization launched an initiative that aims at encouraging Saudi men inside the kingdom to marry Saudi girls living abroad.
MK: Marriage at 17 Continues Circle of PovertyMK Gila Gamliel praises bill to raise marriage age, says it will help Israel’s economy as well as protecting minors.
Bill Raising Marriage Age Passes First VoteA bill to raise the minimum age of marriage to 18 has passed a first vote. Proponents: Bill will defend minors.
Ministers Agree with Torah Sages: Marriage from Age 18Rabbinic sages stated 2,000 years ago in “Ethics of the Fathers” that 18 is the suitable age for marriage. A Cabinet panel agrees.
Chabad Tells Men: Marry at 20Dozens of Chabad leaders sign letter calling on yeshiva students not to wait until they are 23 or 24.
Tzohar Rabbi: Religious Ministry Rule Will Cause Split in NationEnforcement of a residency rule will cause thousands of Israelis to get married in non-Jewish ceremonies in Cyprus, says Rabbi David Stav.
58 Percent of Jewish Israelis are Religious or 'Traditionalist'Census stats: 33 percent of Jews are religious, another 25 percent see themselves as "traditionalist but not so religious."
Knesset Turns Down Civil Marriage by Large MarginAn attempt to legalize civil marriage flopped. A new poll shows most Israelis feel part of Jewish tradition and prefer Orthodox marriage.