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Couples who register for such courses would be entitled to a reduction of half a point in their income tax obligations for both spouses for the year in which they participated in the course.
The new venture would allow couples to bring only their IDs to the rabbinate, and significantly speed up the process of marriage.
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.
"What's missing is the destruction from within," says Rabbi Chuck Davidson.
By BRIAN BLUM
It is a shame they had to leave Israel on the very day of our aliya to get married abroad.
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