Hiddush News, April-June 2013
Tel Aviv-Jaffa Municipality: We will study the ruling and find a solution to balance the day of rest and the freedom that the city allows.
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Knesset’s liberal flank lauds US decision on same-sex unions, Hiddush joins their call for freedom of marriage.
Justice Minister Livni says move is fitting and proper in light of the circumstances; Metzger maintains his innocence
Netanyahu says there is no consensus in coalition over bill seeking to establish equal marital rights for unrecognized couples
Rabbi Uri Regev says marrying abroad isn’t a solution to the religious establishment’s “monopoly” on marriage and divorce
Hundreds of thousands of Israelis ineligible to wed. 'Getting married is a basic right that every citizen should have,' says non-Jewish woman who immigrated to Israel from Ukraine
Current policy recommendations for ultra-Orthodox draft creates a massive scam and leaves the problem for the next government coalition, says Shahar Ilan.
Rabbi Uri Regev writes in the Huffington Post about Israel's severe restrictions on marriage and the launch of the Freedom of Marriage World Map.
In map published by progressive NGO Hiddush, Jewish state is the only democracy that imposes ‘severe restrictions’ on unions
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