Rafi Peretz’s admission that he has practiced conversion therapy on gay youths came days after his comments calling intermarriage a “Holocaust.”
The judge called the group “preposterous,” providing evidence that it’s a continuation of another barred conversion group.
The support of some of Donald Trump’s closest advisors for gay conversion therapy could resurrect a Jewish communal battle over the discredited practice.
The Orthodox Jewish nonprofit JONAH, which purports to help gay men become heterosexual, is operating in Israel after it was ordered closed by a court in New Jersey.
An Orthodox Jewish nonprofit that purports to help gay men become heterosexual has been ordered to close.
A Jewish gay “conversion” group could be liable for the costs of reversing the damage it caused four young men while trying to curb their same-sex attraction.
Nefesh, a group of Orthodox Jewish therapists, is pushing back against a N.J. law that prohibits gay ‘conversion’ therapy. Will they overturn the ban?