With increasing frequency, the courts have placed Israelis, almost all of them immigrants with Jewish heritage, on lists that prevent them from marrying Jews.
By Andrew Tobin
When a marriage applicant is deemed not Jewish in Israel, family members can now be barred from marrying, too.
Several bomb shelters in Ashdod were ordered to remove signs indicating they are for men only. More ▸
By Marcy Oster
Israel’s divorce rate rose 5 percent in 2012 compared to the previous year, with the highest number of divorced couples from Tel Aviv. More ▸