Search results for tag "marriage"

  • 68% of the Israeli public supports freedom of choice in marriage
    Written by on 13/08/2019
    A large majority of voters for Israel’s civil parties, including the Likud, want freedom of marriage, and given the central role that religion/state issues are playing in the current election campaign - We may be closer than ever before to forming a coalition that will finally grant Israelis this fundamental right.

  • 78% support marriage or registration for same-sex couples
    Written by on 06/06/2019
    More than half of the Zionist Orthodox public (54%) supports the establishment of recognized same-sex partnerships. 73% of the general public believes that if marriage or registration for same-sex couples were to be recognized in Israel, these couples must have all or most of the rights of all other couples.

  • What they do not see: Rabbinate and marriages in Israel
    Written by Uri Regev on 18/01/2019
    The Religious Services Ministry refuses to acknowledge the fact that growing circles reject the Rabbinate and prefer alternative marriages.

  • International Human Rights Day survey: Israelis support marriage freedom
    Written by on 09/12/2018
    On December 10th the world is marking International Human Rights day. Hiddush looked into one of the main violations of human rights in Israel, which ironically mostly harms Jews: The right to marry!

  • 2018 Israel Religion & State Index
    Written by on 05/09/2018
    As in previous years, as Rosh HaShanah approaches, Hiddush is proud to publish its annual Israel Religion & State Index, now in its tenth year.

  • 2018 Israel Religion & State Index
    Written by on 05/09/2018
    As in previous years, as Rosh HaShanah approaches, Hiddush is proud to publish its annual Israel Religion & State Index, now in its tenth year.

  • Unlike the Government - Israelis support religious freedom and equality
    Written by on 02/08/2018
    This week, two important events occurred, and Hiddush provided special public opinion polling and analysis on the core issues that arose:

  • Unlike the Government - Israelis support religious freedom and equality
    Written by Uri Regev on 02/08/2018
    This week, two important events occurred, and Hiddush provided special public opinion polling and analysis on the core issues that arose:

  • 81% support same-sex marriage or couples' registrations
    Written by on 01/08/2018
    Most of the public supports the state's recognition of same-sex marriage and their right to have children.

  • 81% support same-sex marriage or couples' registrations
    Written by on 01/08/2018
    Most of the public supports the state's recognition of same-sex marriage and their right to have children.

  • Record support for freedom of choice in marriage!
    Written by on 26/07/2018
    70% of Israel's adult Jewish population wants the State of Israel to recognize all forms of marriage, including civil marriage and Reform and Conservative weddings. Most of the public wants legal alternatives to marriage via the Rabbinate!

  • Record support for freedom of choice in marriage!
    Written by Uri Regev on 26/07/2018
    70% of Israel's adult Jewish population wants the State of Israel to recognize all forms of marriage, including civil marriage and Reform and Conservative weddings. Most of the public wants legal alternatives to marriage via the Rabbinate!

  • Hiddush represents Masorti rabbi arrested for conducting wedding
    Written by Uri Regev on 19/07/2018
    At 5:30 AM on July 19th, two policemen knocked on the Haifa apartment of Dubi Haiyun, Rabbi of the Conservative congregation in Haifa. This followed orders given to the police by the Haifa rabbinic court, which alleged that Rabbi Haiyun was in breach of criminal law regarding a wedding he conducted.

  • How is this Passover different?
    Written by on 29/03/2018
    The enslavement of the Israelites in Egypt is an important memory, but, on THIS holiday of freedom, no less important is our awareness of the ongoing battle for freedom of religion and conscience TODAY. Ironically, these are denied to people in Israel, especially to Jews!

  • Chief Rabbinate refuses to recognize Orthodox marriage
    Written by on 19/03/2018
    Noam Oren and his wife married in a religious ceremony, but authorities refuse to recognize it due to their insistence on protecting each other from potential divorce refusal.

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