Sunday, December 18, 2011

‘Tzohar Bill’ in Israel will relax stricter marriage rules.

This is all Yiddish to me and my Greek is not helping, but if I have it right this new bill about to pass in Israel means a relaxation of marriage requirements especially when it comes to intermarrying and converts, and children of converts, or children of those who were previously married outside Israel.

Clearly Israel is moving to a more sectarian approach to marriage as a whole, although perhaps more slowly than the rest of the world. Not exactly what God proposed. I'd love to hear the opinions of more knowledgeable scholars on this matter.  On the other hand, if the conservatives get more requests for marriage, that will say something too.

Take a look and decipher the article for yourself and then share your gleanings.

‘Tzohar Bill’ approved by ministerial pa... JPost - National News

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