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Woman wins lawsuit after El Al asked her to change seats for religious reasons

During a flight to Newark two years ago, Renee Rabinowitz was asked to change seats to accommodate a Haredi man who had asked not...

Watch: Australian MP addresses house while breastfeeding her baby

Larissa Waters, a Senator from Australia, created history by breastfeeding her baby while addressing the house.jwplayer("jwplayer").setup({ sources: , image: "http://www.jerusalemonline.com/images/AAomri/breastfeeding.png", aspectratio:...

Honor crimes still largely justified in the Palestinian Authority and across the Arab world

A NGO called IMAGES surveyed people in Egypt, Morocco, Lebanon and the Palestinian Authority, where they found that gender based violence remains a significant...

History in the making: First female judge appointed to Shari’a courts in Israel

Today, a female attorney from Tamra became the first female to serve as a Shari’a judge. MK Issawi Frej initiated the move, stating that...

Bill O’Reilly forced out of Fox News in wake of sexual harassment allegations

The conservative-leaning news network announced that O'Reilly would not be returning to his show, after over 50 advertisers chose to abandon it. ...

Op-Ed: Western radical leftist groups champion female terrorists, not ordinary Palestinian women

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Israel’s Central Bureau of Statistics published report ahead of International Women’s Day

According to a report published by the Israeli Central Bureau of Statistics ahead of International Women’s Day, Israeli women are more educated than men,...

Commander of Israel Border Police: ‘Females better at sitting in front of screens’

The commander of the Israel Border Police provided a controversial statement: ‘Females are better than males at sitting in front of screens.' ...

The life of Iranian political prisoner and human rights activist Arash Sadeghi is in...

Iranian political prisoner Arash Sadeghi, an internationally recognized human rights activist who has been on hunger strike for 72 days, is still in danger...

Special committee to revise Knesset dress code following outrage

After several women were denied entry to the Knesset building for wearing skirts deemed too short, a group of female parliamentary aides protested on...