The Torturous Track to Marriage The Torturous Track to Marriage

Excerpts from Channel 10 expose on the painful path to marriage in Israel.

2013 AJC Great Debate 2013 AJC Great Debate

Rabbis Uri Regev and Shlomo Riskin

Introducing the 2013 Religion and State Index! Introducing the 2013 Religion and State Index!

Rabbi Uri Regev introduces the 2013 Religion and State Index!

Finance Minister Yair Lapid Supports Freedom of Marriage Finance Minister Yair Lapid Supports Freedom of Marriage

Yair Lapid expresses his support for same-sex marriage and civil marriage in Israel.

MK Boaz Toporovsky supports freedom of marriage MK Boaz Toporovsky supports freedom of marriage

MK Boaz Toporovsky (Yesh Atid) speaks with Hiddush for about freedom of marriage and the challenges that are unfortunately still in place and prevent hundreds of thousands of Israelis from marrying and millions more from marrying in a ceremony that is incongruent with their beliefs.

Why Hiddush Why Hiddush

President of Hiddush, Rabbi Uri Regev

Litzman: Women, not men, should work Litzman: Women, not men, should work

Deputy Health Minister Litzman: Men need not work - Women and the State can pay the bills

Gender Segregation Gender Segregation

Rabbi Uri Regev speaks to the Real News

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Under the chuppah at the Sara and Tzachi's wedding

Hiddush Releases 2014 Israel Religion and State Index; Strong desire for involvement of world Jewry in efforts for freedom of marriage

Public support for freedom of religion and equality in Israel is rapidly growing. The vast majority of Israeli Jews support joint efforts between Israel and world Jewry for freedom of marriage in Israel.


Democracy & Rights

2013 Religion and State Index

2013 Religion and State Index

In the fifth consecutive Religion and State Index, there is a noticeable rise in support for non-Orthodox marriages and conversions. A majority of Israelis support equal recognition of Reform and Conservative Rabbis.

Equality in Sharing the Burden

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The "Hardak" Phenomenon and the next phase in the ultra-Orthodox service conflict

What started as an anticipated and natural debate over ultra-Orthodox enlistment in the army turned into an unruly wave of internal violence against ultra-Orthodox IDF soldiers

Equality in Sharing the Burden

Hiddush calls for prevention of peyot-shaving incidents in the IDF

Hiddush calls for prevention of peyot-shaving incidents in the IDF

Push for standardized notification of right to grow side locks comes after at least two haredi soldiers complained in recent months that IDF barbers had shaved their peyot.