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"The Tel Aviv Pride Parade is the peak of our thriving relationship and support with the LGBT+ community."
“Our goal is to send straight people back to their high schools to engage in discussions with students about the moment their attitude toward the LGBT community changed,” explains Tamar Yahel.
Pride month has officially begun all over the world and it’s no different in Tel Aviv. Everywhere one goes, you can see rainbow flags lining the streets at every bar and restaurant.
Yishai Schlissel is also sentenced to pay damages amounting to NIS 2,064,000.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB,JPOST.COM STAFF
This week's podcast explores the LGBT community's ability to overcome horrific events and tragedies, and come out stronger on the other side.
Authorities say that “the Israel Police is working in accordance with the law in order to prevent any harm to human life and to preserve the public order."
By BEN HARTMAN
“The survey results are a source of pride and a badge of honor for the Israeli public during Pride Month," said Hiddush director Rabbi Uri Regev
By JEREMY SHARON
Lea Delaria spent her first day taking in Israel's sites, including the Western Wall where an IDF soldier told her he was a big fan and asked for a photo.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Tel Aviv was named the Best Gay City of 2011 in an international American Airlines competition selecting the most popular destinations among LGBT tourists.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Elton John is more than still standing - he's still rocking at 69.
By AMY SPIRO
Here, all people – no matter how they identify – are invited into a safe space for social events, cultural programs, support services and much more.
By RACHEL S. PLEET
Miri Regev and Ofir Akunis took part in the Gay Pride Parade, angering a number of Facebook users.
The right to marry remains out of reach for gay couples in Israel.
By ROBERT SWIFT/ THE MEDIA LINE
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