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March 4, 2003
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Israel’s fervently Orthodox political parties are vowing to wage a fierce battle against religious reforms outlined in the new government’s coalition agreements. The National Religious Party came under particular criticism for agreeing to the reforms, which include the dismantling of the Religious Affairs Ministry and local religious councils, and arrangements for civil marriage for couples not allowed to wed under Jewish religious law.

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