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“It’s about power, institutions and centralization, and it’s unprecedented in Jewish history."
Conference of European Rabbis makes move in agreement with Chief Rabbinate
The Director of the Chief Rabbinate shot back that "there was no blacklist."
Après la polémique suscitée par les paroles du rav, le Grand Rabbinat entend respecter chaque individu sans distinction aucune
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
Long-term emissary merges best of US and Israeli traditions.
By SHOSHANNA KEATS-JASKOLL
Making the situation even more Kafkaesque is the fact that a sibling of the man in question got married through the Chief Rabbinate several years ago without questions raised about Jewish status.
By JEREMY SHARON
Three Israeli couples are being married in a synagogue in Washington, D.C. March 26 in protest of their own country, whose Chief Rabbinate will not allow them to marry.
By SUZANNE POLLAK
“One is a transgender, gay couple; the second couple has one partner that Israel’s Chief Rabbinate does not consider to be Jewish."
By RON KAMPEAS/JTA
The new venture would allow couples to bring only their IDs to the rabbinate, and significantly speed up the process of marriage.
By ALON EINHORN
Same-sex couple says they will marry in DC because no recognizable entity in Israel will acknowledge their marriage
By YVETTE J. DEANE
Court convened at request of Center of Women’s Justice represents a challenge to the state rabbinical courts which decline to use tools for annulling or dissolving marriages even in long-term cases.
According to the CBS, there were 30,300 immigrants who came to Israel under the Law of Return, of whom 12,600 were Jewish and 17,700 were not.
The announcement in Yated Neeman stated that Degel’s Jerusalem rabbinical committee had “guided” its representatives in the capital in their numerous meetings to decide which candidate to back.
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