Search results for tag " Supreme Court"

  • Hiddush commends Supreme Court ruling on Tal Law
    Written by on 22/02/2012
    Today’s historic Supreme Court ruling, by a majority of 6:3, voided the “Tal Law” and said mass exemption of Yeshiva students from military service must be stopped

  • Court defers to Knesset
    Written by on 06/12/2011
    Hiddush’s joint petition for civil marriage rejected, “time after time the political system gives in to pressure from ultra-Orthodox parties.”

  • MK Livnat: Ministerial Committee on the Status of Women will be convened
    Written by on 28/11/2011
    Debates rage on as discrimination of women and erasing them from public spheres continues, with disagreement between head of the Ministerial Committee on the Status of Women and Shas minister Mashulam Nahari

  • We want Azaria!
    Written by on 26/10/2011
    Yerushalmim member expelled for petitioning High Court against gender separation.

  • Supreme Court Petition to Allow Civil Marriage
    Written by on 04/10/2011
    Hiddush CEO Rabbi Uri Regev remarks “The reality which denies the basic human right of marriage to hundreds of thousands of Israeli citizens is intolerable.”

  • Human Rights And The Supreme Court
    Written by on 29/05/2011
    Israel has never had a constitution and has relied on its Declaration of Independence and judges to maintain equality

  • The Supreme Court session that wasn't
    Written by Shahar Ilan on 12/05/2011
    The wait to litigate on the petitions to throw out the Tal law has lasted a year and a half.

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