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Health Minister 'understands all our fundamental rights'

Health Minister 'understands all our fundamental rights'

'But what about the rights of a citizen who has diabetes or lung disease?' - Edelstein.Arutz Sheva Staff, 07/09/2020 22:16
"We feel like second-class citizens"

"We feel like second-class citizens"

A new campaign by the Ne’emanei Torah v’Avodah raises awareness of couple who cannot marry in Israel and find a civil solution their problemArutz Sheva Staff, 04/02/2019 11:49
Canada's Quebec Province to Ban the Kippah?

Canada's Quebec Province to Ban the Kippah?

New bill against religious symbols in public workplaces is stirring up controversy for 'breaching freedom of religion.'Ari Yashar, 14/01/2014 16:23
Attorneys Offer Free Defense Of Sharon Celebration

Attorneys Offer Free Defense Of Sharon Celebration

Ben-Gvir and Ben-Yosef slam Interior Security Minister's attempt to 'silence and intimidate,' call for his removal.Ari Yashar, 13/01/2014 12:36
Have I Miscomprehended?

Have I Miscomprehended?

, 06/01/2014 08:01
MKs’ Experiment: Link Gay Rights, ‘Settler’ Rights

MKs’ Experiment: Link Gay Rights, ‘Settler’ Rights

Ministers seek to get “settlers’ rights” approved alongside gay and lesbian rights.Maayana Miskin, 15/12/2013 11:51
Saudi Woman Sues Ministry Over Driving Ban

Saudi Woman Sues Ministry Over Driving Ban

A Saudi women’s rights activist filed a lawsuit against interior ministry over a decree banning women from obtaining driving licenses.Rachel Hirshfeld, 13/11/2012 21:37
14-Year-Old Victim's Bullet Surgery 'Successful'

14-Year-Old Victim's Bullet Surgery 'Successful'

The Pakistani Taliban has claimed responsibility for shooting a 14-year-old activist, known for speaking out against the Taliban. Rachel Hirshfeld , 10/10/2012 15:03
Iran Bans Women Due to 'Manly Nature' of Studies

Iran Bans Women Due to 'Manly Nature' of Studies

Thirty-six universities in Iran have banned women from 77 fields of study.Rachel Hirshfeld , 22/08/2012 17:19
'Veiled Women Only' Television Stirs Controversy

'Veiled Women Only' Television Stirs Controversy

An Egyptian TV channel, managed exclusively by veiled women, has stirred controversy and revived debate over individual freedom.Rachel Hirshfeld, 23/05/2012 13:39