No one is obligated to welcome anyone else’s romantic overtures.
Wannes Cappele, a well-known Belgian theater actor, told one of his country’s best-read weeklies that he is infuriated by the “procreation policies of the Jews in Israel.”
From Iran to Japan, governments around the world are making women’s wombs their business. The declining birthrate has brought about a lot of misguided hand-wringing.
Israeli and Jewish aid officials are denying an Israeli TV report alleging that Ethiopian immigrant women have been coerced into taking contraceptive shots.
Another “rabba” is slated to be ordained next month by the Academy of Jewish Religion, The Jewish Week reports. (The Sisterhood will have more on this shortly.)
The White House released a comprehensive report today on the state of women in America, the first report of its kind in nearly 50 years. The information in the report isn’t new, but rather a compilation of a wide-range of studies that together provide an aerial view of the progress, and lack of progress, made by women over the past five decades.
Christians have the lowest birth rate of all religious groups in Israel, official statistics reveal.