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Conversion controversy: Judge recognizes non-Chief Rabbinate conversions as valid

Two women will now be allowed to immigrate under Law of Return.

Judge recognizes non-Rabbinate conversions

Supreme Court to rule on petition demanding chametz be allowed on IDF bases during Pesach

Hiddush, Secular Forum: "Current regulations damage rights of secular soldiers who don't care about kosher laws. Some aren't even Jewish."

Supreme Court to rule on chametz on IDF bases during Pesach

Poll: Most Israelis want haredim out of next government

64% of Israeli Jews are right-wing or right-leaning, compared to just 36% who are left-wing or left-leaning, new poll finds.

Poll: Most Israelis want haredim out of next government

Poll: Just 3% of Israelis back Women of the Wall movement

Poll by Reform movement shows just 3% of Israelis support goals of Women of the Wall, 7% support recognition of non-Orthodox Judaism.

Poll: Just 3% of Israelis back Women of the Wall movement

Reform petition to allow Shabbat public transit rejected

The Supreme Court rejected a petition by the Reform Movement in Israel that sought to force public transportation on Shabbat.

Reform petition to allow Shabbat public transit rejected

57% of Likud's voters oppose haredi parties' conversion bill

Nearly 2/3 of Israelis think municipal rabbis should be allowed to perform conversions.

57% of Likud's voters oppose haredi parties' conversion bill

Israeli support for gay marriage is at an all-time high

Polls show new high for Israeli support of gay marriage, 'pluralistic' organization claims 284,000 LGBTQs in Israel.

Israeli support for gay marriage is at an all-time high

62% support right of non-Orthodox to use mikvehs

Poll shows majority of Israelis opposed to 'Mikveh Law' which would bar non-Orthodox conversions in public mikvehs.

Poll: 62% support right of non-Orthodox to use public mikvehs

72% favor public transportion on Shabbat

Poll shows majority of Israeli Jewish public support operation of public buses, trains on Shabbat.

72% favor public transportation on Shabbat

Ad Pulled After it Promised Blessings for Votes

Ad promising voters 'long life, sustenance, children, and blessings' pulled after Hiddush organization turns to Elections Committee.

UTJ Ad Pulled After it Promised Blessings to Voters

Shas Promises to Avoid Propaganda in its Schools

After telling school directors they will be blessed for helping elections campaign, party promises to take it back following petition.

Shas Promises to Avoid Propaganda in its Schools

'Just Say 'No' to Religious Edicts in Elections'

Organization for religious freedom protests Rabbinical endorsement for hareidi parties, promises of blessings, curses to voters.

Letter: Just Say 'No' to Religious Edicts in Election Campaigns

NGO: Significant Drop in Hareidi Army Enlistment

Religious Freedom group debunks Yesh Atid pride over 39% draft increase due to new law 'as accurate as Hamas's declaration of a victory'.

NGO Notes Significant Drop in Hareidi Army Enlistment

Liberals Call for Christian Prayer at David's Tomb

Reform rabbi calls for fixed Christian prayer hours before Pope's visit - but says in return, Vatican should give back Temple treasures.

Liberal Group Calls for Christian Prayer at King David's Tomb

Supreme Court Ruling ‘Put an End to the Injustice’

Proponents of hareidi enlistment say Supreme Court 'put an end to the injustice' of funding yeshivas whose students don't serve in IDF.

Anti-Hareidi Activists Hail Court Ruling to Defund Yeshivas

Supreme Court Pushes Govt. To Enlist Hareidim

Judges demand govt. speed up legislative proceedings in drafting new hareidi IDF enlistment law.

Supreme Court Pushes Govt. To Enlist Hareidim

Court Proposes Compromise on Hareidi Enlistment

High Court proposes compromise as group files suit over delay in hareidi enlistment.

Court Proposes Compromise on Hareidi Enlistment