Taming theists with technology?

Research indicates that ultra-Orthodox Jews are using the internet in rapidly growing numbers, but can ‘frumkeit’ and Facebook really mix?

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Post-Zionism retold: For the establishment of an Israeli Republic

Dr. Moshe Berent of the Open University reviews the marginal role that republicanism played in Zionist thought.

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Gimme that ol’ time irreligion!

A Haaretz poll has found that 70 percent of Israeli Jews believe in God, meaning that lots of ostensibly secular Jews have begun to believe.

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The religiouser we get, the happier we feel?

A Haaretz poll has found that ultra-Orthodox Jews are happier than Orthodox Jews, who are happier than traditional Jews, who are happier than secular Jews.

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