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Privately, some in Israel's creative community said they were so angry with Peretz and the prime minister who appointed them that they thought the best response would be no comment.
Peretz was appointed by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as the country's education minister in June.
As Likud and its supporters pat themselves on the back and use Ohana as an example to prove their lack of prejudice, these same people are simultaneously just using Ohana for political gain.
Sammy Kanter was thrown out of Ben Yehuda Pizza by an employee after affirming that he was gay.
By ZACK EVANS
KAN vows not to shelve upcoming dark comedy, despite concerns from the European Broadcasting Union
By AMY SPIRO
Nessel, who grew up attending the Reform congregation Temple Kol Ami in West Bloomfield Township, in the Detroit metropolitan area, traces many of her values back to Judaism.
By JOSEFIN DOLSTEN/JTA
A report from The Jerusalem Post on death penalty for Iranian gays played a role in ending criminalization of gays.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
“I have known I am genderqueer for almost two years,” Star told me. “I remember discovering the term ‘genderqueer’ and thinking, ‘Hey! That’s me.’”
By TAMAR BEERI
The survey of over 70 parents, the vast majority of whom are Modern Orthodox, found that they all supported a change in how the Orthodox community. relates to LGBTQ Jews.
"The recent press reports that the Iranian regime publicly hanged a 31-year-old man for being gay should be a wake-up call for anyone."
"I hear life is really exciting over there in Tel Aviv," said France's Eurovision representative Bilal Hassani.
Buttigieg is gay, married, and a veteran of the Afghanistan war.
By RON KAMPEAS/JTA
Rabbi Yigal Levenstein, co-dean of the Bnei David pre-military academy in Eli, said bringing up children without a mother was "unjust."
By JEREMY SHARON
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