- Erev Shabbos Yated Neeman Slams Jerusalem Mayor Barkat and Increasing Chilul
- Under the headline “The battle over the sanctity of Yerushalayim”, Yated launches a scathing attack against Mayor Nir Barkat and his administration for the sharp and alarming increase in chilul Shabbos in the holy city.
- The return of the Western Wall
- Yated Ne'eman ran a personal attack against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, whom it dubbed "consistent in his inconsistency." Mishpacha magazine editor Yossi Elituv shared with his readers the "spirit of the silent question floating around the Chief ...
- Haredi Leader Orders Followers to Boycott Israeli Education Ministry Inspectors
- Despite all the complaints, only a month ago the Haredi leadership declared, via Degel Hatorah's newspaper Yated Ne'eman, that a new page was being turned in the community's relationship with Bennett. he paper wrote at the time the atmosphere had ...
- Bennett Announces Era of Good Feelings With ultra-Orthodox
- Bennett was quoted on the front page of the Degel Hatorah newspaper Yated Ne'eman as saying, “We are opening a new page in our relations with the Haredi public.” Bennett made his statements during a visit Wednesday to an ultra-Orthodox school in ...
- Bill Would Keep Mikvehs Off Limits to non-Orthodox Converts
- Yated Ne'eman, the newspaper of the Degel Hatorah faction of United Torah Judaism, took the court to task over the weekend for its ruling, calling it a “serious breach.
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