The gay father's twins get passports, arrive in Israel soon

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May 26, 2010 00:30

 
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The Interior Ministry has approved the return to Israel of Dan Goldberg and his twins, Itai and Liron, born to a surrogate mother in , then prevented from returning by an Israeli court for over two months.



Upon receipt of the positive paternity test result, delivered by Goldberg’s family in , the Interior Ministry issued the twins passports, and they are expected to arrive in IOsrael in the coming days.


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