Yearning for a child

Presently, adoption is open for Israelis in only three countries: Russia, two Muslim republics formerly part of the Soviet Union, and all three countries forbid gays from adopting.

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January 31, 2018 18:33
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Yearning for a child

Hallel Morag [Right] and Roy Grufi . (photo credit: PR)

 
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Hallel Morag and Roy Grufi are a gay Jerusalem couple in their early 30s who want a child.

Morag, an Ashkenazi, is a music teacher; Grufi, of Yemenite origin, works at Sikkuy, an association that promotes equality and dialogue between Israeli Arabs and Jews. Now, years after they got married, they want to start a family.


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