“We are Here! and we're Second-Class Citizens”“We are Here! and we're Second-Class Citizens” Three years ago‭, ‬when he sought to formalize his relationship with his fiancée‭, ‬Alex discovered that his military service‭, ‬volunteerwork and the traditions upon which he was raised simply weren’t good enough‭. ‬In the end‭, ‬he and his partner flew to Prague and got married in a civil ceremony‭. Click here and find out how you can make a difference
authorRevealed: The hidden cost of Israel's public spending on religious servicesRevealed: The hidden cost of Israel's public spending on religious servicesBe Free desk | 14.04.16First-of-its-kind study shows religious allocations in 2016 amount to $2.3 billion — or 2.3% of total state budget — spread across several ministries Click here and find out how you can make a difference
authorHavaya, a Member Organization of Israel BfreeHavaya, a Member Organization of Israel BfreeOfer Cornfeld | 03.09.15 “Havaya – Israeli Ceremonies” is the largest non-profit organization in Israel that arranges secular Jewish life cycle ceremonies in the spirit of freedom" Ofer Cornfeld chaiman of Havaya Click here and find out how you can make a difference
authorNow is the Time for a ChangeNow is the Time for a ChangeMickey Gitzin | 31.07.15 .Now is the time to read the signs and say it like it is: this is not just a struggle for the LGBTQ community of for the rights of Palestinians. We are part of a social struggle for the entire Israeli society. It is Israeli society at-large that needs a “Tikkun”. Mickey Gitzin, Managing director of Be Free Israel, on the events of the last two very sad days for the Israeli society Click here and find out how you can make a difference
authorReligion and State: Models around the WorldReligion and State: Models around the WorldDr. Tomer Persico | 07.07.15Is the state prohibited from advancing any world view which promotes the meaning of life or to preach about how to achieve a better life? Does religion have a place in the education system? If so, how much of a place? Are religious characteristics in the public space emblematic of religious coercion or are they culturally vital? The Theologian and blogger, Dr. Tomer Parsiko takes a look at religion and state models from around the world, and how they are applied in Israel. Click here and find out how you can make a difference
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