Israelis Facing A Seismic Rift: The Role Of Women


JERUSALEM — A few months ago, the Israeli Health Ministry awarded Channa Maayan, a pediatrics professor at Hebrew University, a prize for a book she had co-written on hereditary diseases common among Jews. For the ceremony, Maayan wore a long-sleeve top and a long skirt in deference to the acting health minister, Yakov Litzman, who is ultra-Orthodox, and the other religious people attending. But that was hardly enough. Not only did Maayan and her husband have to sit separately,…

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Scottish Independence: Talks After Tensions?

Alex Salmond says he is ready to meet David Cameron to discuss the way forward Scottish Secretary Michael Moore has asked for talks with Scotland’s First Minister Alex Salmond on the independence referendum following a week of heated political debate. Mr Moore said the UK Government wants to provide Holyrood […]