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For first time, Orthodox NGO campaigns for civil marriage in Israel

For first time, Orthodox NGO campaigns for civil marriage in Israel

Civil marriage is one of the most encumbered issues in the Jewish state, but the Modern Orthodox organization Ne’emenei Torah Va’Avodah began a campaign Sunday advocating for the introduction of such a possibility in Israel.


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Religious coercion in Israel escalating

Religious coercion in Israel escalating

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Rabbi wants marriage age lowered to 15

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The Conversion Law Fraud

The Conversion Law Fraud

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