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Advocates of such agreements argue that this extra financial burden is a strong motivating factor for recalcitrant partners to grant a divorce.
Conference of European Rabbis makes move in agreement with Chief Rabbinate
The hospital now bans all non-family-members and friends from patient floors.
Rabbi Aaron Leibowitz will receive the Yashrut 'Game Changer' Leadership Award.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Tzivya Gorodetsky was married to her husband for nine years and had four children with him before eventually requesting a divorce in 1995 due to his violent and abusive behavior toward her.
By MAAYAN JAFFE-HOFFMAN
“They closed the Ayalon recently for a march, they closed it for a sporting event, they closed the Ayalon and other main roads and no one said a word,” said haredi MK Gafni.
By JEREMY SHARON
In a challenge to the Chief Rabbinate’s monopoly on marriage and divorce, new wedding service will use legal loopholes to circumvent draconian laws banning Orthodox, non-rabbinate marriage.
ZAKA international director: Work exposes volunteers to such traumatic scenes that only a select few can cope.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Rabbi Yisrael Rozen worked in the realm of conversion court as his most important work.
Rabbinical Council of America journal tackles issues often addressed in private.
By YAIR ETTINGER
Rabbi Menachem Hacohen, a former MK, who also presided as chief rabbi of Romania, says there were relatively few conversion cases in Israel until 1967.
By ALAN ROSENBAUM
“There are people for whom the Chief Rabbinate has become a religion."
From Jacques Pépin to Avigdor Liberman.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
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