“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
authorThe Tashtit Course: Registration Has Opened for the Spring 2018 Class!The Tashtit Course: Registration Has Opened for the Spring 2018 Class!Be Free desk | 15.03.18The Be Free Israel movement invites you to join the Tashtit Program, which provides hundreds of young adults throughout the country with real tools to implement social changes in Israel – on a local and national level. Click here and find out how you can make a difference
authorHavaya’s Shared Life Card – Another Step Toward FreedomHavaya’s Shared Life Card – Another Step Toward FreedomDafna Eisenreich | 04.08.17"We were very happy to hear the news about the Shared Life Card that Havaya issues. For me, it’s a way of validating and recognizing our choice – another proof that we are a married couple." Click here and find out how you can make a difference
authorI’ve Become Stronger in My Faith – But Not the Way You ThinkI’ve Become Stronger in My Faith – But Not the Way You ThinkOrel Regev | 06.11.17Believe me, even if you discover that you’re happy living the way you’ve always lived, this journey ends with a gift: an awareness of our ability to choose the way that we want to be Jewish out of the truly vast range of approaches that Judaism offers. Click here and find out how you can make a difference
authorImagine That You Could ChooseImagine That You Could ChooseSmadar Dekel Naim, Attorney | 28.02.18Imagine that the Rabbinate and Jewish law were an option, instead of a mandatory, forced and required fact. Imagine an Israel where civil, legal marriages could take place in the form of a mutual declaration before an official authority. Imagine that these marriages were considered valid, legal and official just like Rabbinate marriages. Click here and find out how you can make a difference
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