In an unlikely turn of events, the ultra-Orthodox newspaper Yated Ne’eman has been thrust into the spotlight as a paragon of feminism and progressive media ethics. The newspaper has, for the first time in its history, published a picture of a woman, Only Simchas reported. And not just any woman: Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. But, if we’re being totally honest here, it’s not really a picture of the whole woman: It’s a picture of her hand.
JERUSALEM — A Knesset committee approved funding to build mikvehs for use by non-Orthodox Jewish movements in Israel, but its chairman promised a “world war” in allowing the plan to advance.
A lot is being said about what Seth Rogen said on Monday while on Howard Stern’s radio show regarding his nearly 10 year long feud with “Knocked Up” co-star Katherine Heigl.
A conversation with 20-year old Eden Levy at Israel’s Ben Gurion airport:
Arguably, the largest international stage in the world is the Olympics. So it’s no great surprise that this week’s choice by Ibtihaj Muhammad, a young Muslim-American fencer, to wear a hijab during competition has come under intense scrutiny.