The survey was conducted for an organization that promotes religious freedom in Israel.
By Ben Sales
Advocates for religious pluralism in Israel thought they scored a minor victory last month with the passage of a law aimed at loosing marriage regulations. But a little-noticed amendment could land some rabbis and newlyweds in jail. More ▸
By Gil Shefler
Israel received the lowest possible score in a freedom of marriage survey conducted by the Israeli religious rights organization Hiddush. More ▸