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Shimen Liebowitz has been held without bail since his arrest a year ago.
The Rabbinical Court of Jerusalem has tried to broker a financial settlement between an estranged husband and wife to secure her a bill of divorce, despite legal proceedings in US civil courts.
The kidnapping was intended to have the man issue a "get," a document that would grant his wife a religious divorce, prosecutors said.
American author, psychotherapist adapts the technique of Alcoholics Anonymous to help people heal and restart their lives.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
In my work as a journalist I’ve interviewed many women victims of spousal abuse: physical, emotional and anything in between.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
By PEGGY CIDOR
“The agreement has worked in 100% of the cases of which we know and has never even been brought to court.”
By SHOSHANNA KEATS-JASKOLL
Muslim women say they have been left destitute by husbands divorcing them through "triple talaq," including by Skype and WhatsApp.
Children who come from broken homes are more likely to fall behind their classmates in coursework and drop out of school altogether.
By JEREMY FRANKEL
After a week in which Bayit Yehudi and the Zionist Union both surprisingly split, making political predictions about the Israeli election has never been more foolish.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Both men and women share rough personal stories of being done wrong by the court system.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Tzviya Gorodetsky’s request that the rabbinical courts close her divorce case with Meir Gorodestky was granted by the Jerusalem Rabbinical Court on Tuesday.
By JEREMY SHARON
The Tel Aviv rabbinical court ruled nearly five years ago that the man was obligated to grant a divorce, but he ignored the ruling.
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