Sivan Rahav-Meir is probably the most visible Orthodox woman in Israel today. And she’s not afraid.
But good luck taking on the $1 billion human-hair industry.
Ultra-Orthodox protesters have threatened to disrupt the Jerusalem marathon on Friday unless the police release a Haredi army defector.
Introducing the popcorn streimel, Purim’s most snackable costume.
A Jerusalem neighborhood must “choke” off the ultra-Orthodox, said the head of the Kiryat Hovel neighborhood administration.
Are high tech jobs a way to lift ultra-Orthodox Jews in Israel out of poverty?
The Israeli government says that Haredi parents and schools — rather than the government itself — are to blame for denying secular education to ultra-Orthodox youth in Israel.
As a married woman, I get to see the other side of the Orthodox dating world: that of the matchmaker.
Most schools forbid the use of cellphones by students during class, but in the Hasidic Jewish village of Kiryas Joel, New York, it’s the parents who are being required to power down.
Beauty queen Doron Matalon was called a ‘prostitute’ when she refused to move to the back of a Jerusalem bus. She talks to the Forward about her fight against sexual harassment in Israel.