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In 2017, the average life expectancy of Israeli women stood at 84.6 years old, almost four years longer than the 80.7 years life expectancy of Israeli men.
The phone number to save your marriage: (02) 640-4343 or 1-877-963-8938 toll-free from abroad.
Between 2002 and 2016, the average age at which people in Israel married for the first time rose from 27.1 to 27.5 for the grooms, and from 24.2 to 25.1 for the brides.
“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
In a society as complex as Israel’s where there is such a strong intersection between religion and society, marriage is an institution that is even more sacred than in other areas of Western society.
By SUSAN BARTH
Each year there are created hundreds of reported and unreported cases of women unable to terminate their marriages.
By SARAH LEVI
If people are on the Prevented from Marrying list, neither they nor their children will ever be able to get married in Israel.
By JEREMY SHARON
A provision for civil marriage doesn't exist in Israeli law, with marriage and divorce possible only through the established religious institutions.
Given the option, half of those surveyed would prefer to marry outside the rabbinate.
In honor of Tu B'av, the Jewish day of love, here's a look at some volunteers whose relationships blossomed while working for the life-saving organization.
By NOA AMOUYAL
Joining her twin brother, this olah has made a life for herself in Israel.
By ABIGAIL KLEIN LEICHMAN
Just when the audience thought they'd seen it all...
By KAYLA STEINBERG
Illustrator Yehuda Devir's amusing comics of marital life have turned him and his wife into viral sensations
By AMY SPIRO
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