Promote quality journalism
JNS PRESS +
Republish JNS content
Username / Email
Don't have an account?
Sign up here
Religious passengers sue El Al after accusations of rioting
A class-action lawsuit seeks compensation for each of the 180 religious passengers aboard flight diverted to Athens to avoid desecrating Shabbat • Religious passengers also want El Al to publicly retract claims that they were violent towards the crew.
Eyewitnesses say El Al to blame for diverted flight before Shabbat, not ‘violent’ religious passengers
Yehuda Shlezinger and Israel Hayom Staff
News outlets accused religious passengers of violent behavior on a delayed El Al flight from New York to Israel last weekend, but Israel Hayom‘s Yehuda Shlezinger was on board and presents eyewitness details that paint a different picture.
In Jerusalem, a new Lion is expected to roar
Like the notable (and sometimes notorious) mayors before him, 62-year-old Moshe Lion will start the complicated business of putting policies and promises into action.
Israeli Health Ministry launches emergency measles vaccinations in Jerusalem
Tipat Halav centers will be open every day until late for the next two weeks to attempt to ward off the illness, which is described as extremely contagious and particularly dangerous to small children, pregnant women, the old and the infirm.
Viral video star is an Orthodox education pioneer
Meet Rabbi Menachem Bombach, 41, the founder of Torah Academy-Midrasha Chasidit, a new yeshivah system in Israel focused on reducing poverty in the haredi community through education.
First haredi man to serve in Israel’s Mossad agency
Never before has a member of that community served in Israel’s world-renowned intelligence, covert operations and counterterrorism service.
Tools of technology appeal to a growing number of Israeli haredim
Observant young men and women tackle secular subjects while maintaining their lifestyle, opening doors into careers within the general workplace.