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Finding G-d in small things

Orthodox Judaism’s rituals can provide divine connection, even in a Highveld thunderstorm

Make the bat mitzvah more than ‘lite’

The very act of a girl reading from the Torah can shake Judaism out of its patriarchal stronghold and inspire her to become involved in the religion.

Ultraorthodox men create chaos on plane over women

Ultraorthodox Jewish men are disrupting El Al flights, causing the carrier to be criticised for allowing it.

New glasses blur women for ultra-Orthodox Jews

It's the latest prescription for extreme ultra-Orthodox Jewish men who shun contact with the opposite sex: glasses that blur their vision.

Israel’s schools slammed for underperforming

A growing chorus of critics has warned that Israel's educational mix will compromise the country's ability to continue generating dazzling technology.

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