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Rabbi Uri Regev discusses more involvement of American Jewish organizations in calling on the Israeli government to adopt civil marriage.
Hiddush sent a Basic Law proposal for freedom of religion and conscience to members of the new Knesset and analyzed the impact of the coalition agreements on religion/state issues.
Issues of religion and state played a crucial role in the 2013 elections.
In this newsletter, we discuss our activities from 2012 and look ahead to 2013, marked by an election year.
A year after the widespread protests against gender segregation and discrimination against women,we are facing growing incidents of women's exclusion! Marking International Human Rights day on December 10th, Hiddush released the short film: "Don't push me to the back of the bus!"
Rabbis make outrageous claims during Operation Pillar of Defense, Deputy Health Minister Litzman speaks in favor placing the financial burden on women and the State
In our October newsletter, we release the findings of the 2012 Religion and State Index, discuss the plight of a young woman who just wasn't "Jewish enough" to get married in Israel, and discuss what you can do to make a difference.
Hiddush appeal to Supreme Court, ad in LA Jewish Journal, ‘policy of hatred’, and petition to PM Netanyahu.
Israel's first "recognized" non-Orthodox rabbi, and recommendations for Tal Law replacements
Hiddush combats the Tal Law extension, fights discrimination in army service, and continues to work for the rights of women.
Hiddush newsletter on the recent discrimination against women in the largest context of religious freedoms in Israel
Opposition to discrimination grows, make an impact
Hiddush "Torah", Tzohar double-speak, Women disappearing
Israeli Religion and State Index
Because every Jew should have the right to choose.