By JTA/Ben Sales
Israeli Rabbis and Couples Could Head To Jail for Disobeying Chief Rabbinate
Advocates for religious pluralism in Israel thought they scored a minor victory last month with the passage of a law aimed at loosing the regulations surrounding marriage in the Jewish state. For the first time, couples could choose an Orthodox rabbi from anywhere in Israel to marry them, not just one from their hometowns. But…
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