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Religious Zionism Against Huldai
Religious Zionism against Huldai: "acts in a hypocritical and predatory manner"

Religious Zionism reacted to the cancellation of the permit of "Rosh Yehudi" to hold events in Sukkot and attacked Tel Aviv Mayor Ron Huldai: "Trying to cast votes on the backs of the tens of thousands of residents who respect the tradition of Israel"

Bentzi Rubin, JFeed Staff | 28.09.23

"Spread Torah"

Israel Zeira: "Spread Torah, stop apologizing"

"Rosh Yehudi" leader Israel Zeira aira describes the behind-the-scenes of the mass prayer on Yom Kippur, explains his interpretation of the word 'hadata', discusses the reactions he has received following the event, and outlines what awaits us in the celebration of Simchat Torah

Yehudit Lazarovitch, JFeed Staff | 28.09.23

Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu

After the Yom Kippur storm: Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu took an unusual step

Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu reveals that following the repeated attacks on Judaism in Tel Aviv, he considered leaving Safed and moving there: "It is important for me to be at the heart of what is happening"

JFeed | 28.09.23

A Blow to the Protest

A blow to the protest against the Yom Kippur prayer

A new survey published this evening reveals that over 60% of Israeli citizens disapprove of the protest that took place last night against the Yom Kippur prayer in Tel Aviv. Additionally, 49% responded that they support separation in public spaces

JFeed | 26.09.23

The Haters of Judiasm are a Minority

The haters of Judaism and the blowers of horns are a minority

The evil inclination wants us to be alarmed by a few dozen blowers of horns that the media is trying to amplify in order to disrupt the atmosphere. Don't let it! Its method is to give the impression that Jewish haters are the majority; they are not

Rabbi Hagai Londin | 26.09.23

Noa Kadmon, Rosh Yehudi

They shouted at us: "We hate everyone who wears a kippah"

In an interview, Noa Kadmon, a secular activist of the Jewish Head organization, tells about what happened on Yom Kippur: "They threw prayer cycles on the floor, they were looking for an excuse just to disturb the prayer itself."

Liran Vainshtain, JFeed Staff | 26.09.23

Amit Segal

Amit Segal: "This is how you will locate the  religious professionals"

Amit Segal battered the members of the Knesset and religious public figures who did not condemn the aggression by the left-wing activists on the worshipers in Tel Aviv. Segal scolded and said: "They have been silent since yesterday in the face of bully harassment"

JFeed | 26.09.23

Orna Barbivai

Barbivai against the presence of religious people in Tel Aviv: "They will not be here"

After the violent harassment of worshipers on Yom Kippur, Tel Aviv mayoral candidate Orna Barbivai attacked the religious cores in the city and claimed: "Whoever does not meet my standards, will not be here."

Eliyau Luksenberg, JFeed | 26.09.23

"A Thug And A Populist"

Smotrich's Brother against Ben-Gvir: "A thug and a populist"

Tuvia Smotrich once again criticized Minister Ben-Gvir following his announcement about the steps he will take in response to the events of the recent Yom Kippur. The brother of the Finance Minister attacked and claimed, "Nothing interests him except his own ego."

JFeed | 26.09.23

Michael Biton

The MK from the opposition announced: "I will fast today as well"; this is the reason

A day after the disruptions at the Yom Kippur prayer in Tel Aviv, Knesset member Michael Biton announced that he intends to fast today as well, saying, "For the division within my people. For the rupture that occurred and deepened within this special and holy day."

Guy Ezra, JFeed Staff | 26.09.23

Gideon Sa'ar

Gideon Sa'ar against Lapid, Netanyahu, and Ben Gvir: "Yes, you too, Lapid."

Gideon Sa'ar criticizes Yesh Atid leader Yair Lapid and the heads of the coalition, sending a clear message to the protesters: "If you turn the protest into a battle against religion, the traditions of Israel, or our right to the land, you will fail."

JFeed | 26.09.23

Tel Aviv

Ron Huldai's outrageous response to the prayer disruption in Tel Aviv

The disruption of Yom Kippur prayer in Tel Aviv. Ronen Huldai argues that he does not condemn the violence against the worshipers because there was none: "We cannot change the nature of the city."

JFeed | 26.09.23

Tel Aviv: Foreign National Stabbed

Tel Aviv: Foreign national stabbed in a violent incident, in critical condition.

Violent Incident in Tel Aviv: A man around the age of 30 has been rushed to the hospital in critical condition after being stabbed. He is currently unconscious and under sedation. According to the police, it appears that the incident has criminal motives.

JFeed | 26.09.23

Herzog On The Prayer In Tel Aviv

President Herzog on the prayer in Tel Aviv: "To reach agreements out of respect"

In a letter in honor of Yom Kippur, President Yitzhak Herzog refers to the debate surrounding the holiday prayers in the city of Tel Aviv: "Let's preserve this day, which is an exciting moment of Judaism and Israeliness outside of controversy."

Bentzi Rubin, JFeed Staff | 24.09.23

Embassy Relocation To Jerusalem 

Another embassy is on its way to Jerusalem

Prime Minister Netanyahu and President of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Tshisekedi, announced: Israel will open an embassy in Kinshasa, and Congo will relocate its embassy to Jerusalem.

Bentzi Rubin, JFeed Staff | 22.09.23

Tel Aviv

Deputy Mayor: "The court's decision is very disappointing"

Following the decision of the District Court in Tel Aviv not to allow partitions to be placed during public prayer, Deputy Mayor Haim Goren responded: The first Jewish city's basic right of religious freedom was violated

JFeed | 21.09.23

The Court Ruled

The court ruled: It is forbidden to place partitions for prayers in Tel Aviv

The court responded to the lawsuit filed by attorney Zofnat Nordmann that the ban established by the municipality to place separation partitions during public prayer remains in place

JFeed | 21.09.23

Tzipi Brand Will Withdraw Today

The elections in Tel Aviv: the candidate withdraws and expresses support for Orna Barbivai

Blow to Huldai: Tel Aviv mayoral candidate Tzipi Brand will announce today her withdrawal from the race and her support for the direct rival of the incumbent mayor, Orna Barbivai

Bentzi Rubin, JFeed Staff | 21.09.23

Tel Aviv, Yom Kippur 

Deputy Mayor of Tel Aviv: "We are at risk of a Yom Kippur war"

Against the backdrop of the difficult events in Tel Aviv, Deputy Mayor Haim Goren warns in an interview about the violence of a handful of demonstrators who may endanger the safety of the worshipers on Yom Kippur: "I call on Huldai to come and protect us"

Liran Vainshtain, JFeed Staff | 20.09.23

A Mob Controlled by Intellectual Terror

Tel Aviv has been hijacked by a mob controlled by intellectual terror

Something very bad is happening to Tel Aviv. In the last year, under the guise of legal reform, a handful of Tel Avivites reign in terror over everything that smells Jewish, and for that purpose everything is allowed. And all this in the name of "enlightenment", "liberalism" and "democracy"

Liran Vainshtain | 20.09.23